If you’re having trouble tracking down Nike’s Air VaporMax sneakers that released Sunday, this alternative model might satisfy your Air Max craving.
The Nike Air Max LD-Zero is half old-school style, half modern technology. Designed by Fragment Design founder Hiroshi Fujiwara, the upper of the Air Max LD-Zero is culled from the LD-1000 shoe from the 1970s. The gray mesh-based look features a Pure Platinum colorway — the same palette used on the debut Air VaporMax style.
At the midsole, the Air Max LD-Zero is cushioned with a 360-degree visible Max Air sole, which is essentially the precursor to the VaporMax.
The Air Max LD-Zero is available now in men’s and women’s sizing from nike.com for $180.
For more ideas, check out our guide to the best Air Max sneakers out now.
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Nike Air Max LD-Zero $180; nike.com