The new Nike Air Max LD-Zero H was created by 1/3 of the HTM collective -- namely, Hiroshi Fujiwara, who wanted to created a classic running shoe for Air Max Day. Featuring a straightforward navy and white color palette, appearing on a mostly nylon build with suede and leather bits on the heel, the runner is based on the Nike Boston, a shoe discovered by Fujiwara while sifting through the Nike archive. Get an on-feet look of the shoe in the gallery below, courtesy of Overkill. Along with select Nike Sportswear retailers, Overkill will release the shoe in-store on Air Max Day, March 26.
Release Date: 3/26/16 (Saturday)