The design that started it all, the Air Max Zero QS Black/Dark Grey is dropping into Footasylum this week.
Developed by designer Tinker Hadfield in 1986, the Zero was the original concept for the first air injected trainer that stayed locked in the vault till 2016.
Tinker’s vision was for a sneaker that had a visible air unit in its heel, allowing you to see and feel the incredible Nike Air technology that would take comfort to the next level.
With a bootie inspired construction, tongue-less design and sock like upper constructed from breathable materials, the Zero we see today stays true to the original sketches. Sat on a Phylon midsole, the iconic Max Air heel unit provides the ultimate lightweight cushioning.
Finished off with a pair of matching flat laces, the Nike Air Max QS Black/Dark Grey is available from 08:00 GMT on 17/11/2016. Don't miss out!