Limited to one pair each costumer, multiple orders will be canceled. Prior to the visions of the Air Max 1, Tinker Hatfield had imagined an alternative design that would propose the idea of a visible air unit on sneakers. Despite the project being originally scrapped, the idea would resurface and in 2015, Nike announced the release of the Air Max Zero. This year, Nike introduced a handful of new colorways and even gave fans the ability to design their own color scheme through the NikeID feature. Although there is yet to be an official , the Air Max Zero are now set to drop a brand new dark grey colorway. Stayed tuned to our site for further release details.