Inline colorways of the Nike Air Max Zero have proved remarkably scarce over the last year, releasing in only three non-iD versions — one exclusively for women — since the original Air Max 1 prototype was finally put into production in March of 2015. Finally, following quick sellout after quick sellout, something more closely resembling a general release is on the way.
Feast your eyes on six colorways of the so called Nike Air Max Zero Essential. Like other Air Max Essentials — AM90, AM1, and so on — the shoe features classically simple color-blocking and traditional materials; traditional for a one-year-old model, anyway. Essentially — yep, pun gleefully intended — it’s a throwback to simpler styles that focus on materials and timeless aesthetics, rather than colorful bells and whistles.
The Nike Air Max Zero Essential is looking like a Fall or Holiday 2016 launch. Stay tuned for specifics, and check out the first sextet of styles below.