We might be in the depths of winter, but Nike gets set to brighten things up a little with the “Bright Crimson” version of the Air Max 90 Ultra Moire. The shoe is constructed with a perforated synthetic upper, sat atop a streamlined Air sole unit and finished off with matching ultra-bright detailing – ideal for sneakerheads that are into their tonal shades.After treating you to a sneak peek of the Nike Air Max 90 “Woven” last month, we’re back with more pictures showcasing the shoe in all of its richly-detailed glory.Seasonally appropriate “Phantom,” “Black,” and “Vachetta Tan” premium leather uppers sit perfectly atop of crisp white midsoles and visible air units. The Swoosh has been slightly relocated further up the shoe in a “Vac Tech” style to allow the weave and the Swoosh to sit together, while the existing mudguard that goes around the toe box to the heel of the shoe has been replaced with a leather moccasin-like weave giving a premium feel to the shoe.
The Nike Air Max 90 “Woven” is available at select retailers now, including Footpatrol.When something is designed by streetwear legend Hiroshi Fujiwara, you know it’s worth checking out. For the update to the Air Max LD Zero, Fujiwara — who is also 1/3 of Nike’s HTM design collective— brought together the perfect combination of innovative sneaker technology and grown-up materials, all in a fresh summer-ready color.Air Max Day 2017 is upon us, and Nike adds another release to its quiver with the LD-Zero. Designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara, the LD-Zero combines an upper inspired by a ’70s Nike runner with a modern Air bag and Flywire lacing. The result is a past-meets-present sneaker that complements just about anything you wear it with.In celebration of Air Max Day, the LD-Zero comes in two monotone colorways, a tonal gray and white inspired by the Pure Platinum colorway of Nike’s newest sneaker, the VaporMax. A predominantly mesh upper is complemented with hits of suede at the heel counter, and leather details at the heel tab and Swoosh.
The Nike LD-0 is available now on Nike.com. It will set you back $180—unless you want to make your own version in NikeID, which costs $220.Find out about everything Highsnobiety is doing to celebrate Air Max Day and check out our Snobshots competition for a chance to be featured on our website and Instagram. You can also subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.Nike and Hiroshi Fujiwara make for common bedfellows; the Japanese designer by now having collaborated with the sportswear giant on a wide range of projects as part of the Swoosh’s ongoing HTM collective.Fujiwara’s Nike Air Max LD Zero H dropped as part of a special HTM collection in March this year for Air Max Day to a positive reception, and so it makes sense that Nike would see fit to refresh the silhouette in two new colorways: cool grey and triple black. Both sneakers feature intricate FRGMT= design details on the Air Max bubble unit, lace tips and heel tab, and are finished off with a suede heel.As it stands, a release date for the colorways has yet to be unveiled, but stay woke, as these will no doubt go quick.In other Nike news, the long-awaited HyperAdapt 1.0 will be arriving imminently.