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The women’s exclusive Nike Air Max Zero Red at Wholesale Price Doernbecher designed by 10-year old Chehayla Hyatt uses her vibrant charm and wisdom as inspiration.Chehayla’s Nike Air Max Zero features her nickname, which is a testament to her favorite food: chicken nuggets. (Her older sister Talon started calling her Nugget one day, and the name stuck.) Other awesome design details include kitty cat faces, speckled laces, and tons of purple hearts — that’s to represent cystic fibrosis awareness. “Purple is the color of the ribbon we wear,” she explains.
The Nike Air Max Zero Best Price Doernbecher was designed by 14-year old, Chase Swearingen who’s nickname is “The Captain” as a nod to him being a take-charge kind of guy.Chase designed his Nike Air Max Zero shoe with the same attention to detail that he gives everything else in life. Under the shoelaces, tubing runs all the way to the sockliner to represent the shunt that he has had since birth to treat hydrocephalus. He was diagnosed in utero with the condition, which causes dangerous accumulation of fluid around the brain. Chase has a thing for lighthouses, so he designed one on the heel using the Nike swoosh as the light beam. And on the tongue, the words ‘Unstoppable Chase’ speak to his unbelievable perseverance.
Nike is set to release the Nike Air Max Zero Online Shopping in a classic color scheme with the debut of the Nike Air Max Zero Bred for the fall season.This Nike Air Max Zero might be a highly anticipated release, as its dressed in the classic Black, Red and White color blend. Featuring a Black and Red mesh upper that includes a solid Black Hyperfuse overlay, with an all-Red Nike Swoosh logo and rests atop a crisp White midsole.The Nike Air Max Zero gets a new look and construction for 2017 with this upcoming women’s edition. The biggest difference you’ll notice from past releases of the Tinker Hatfield concept sneaker is the ripstop nylon build for the upper, which gets overlayed with the usual fused-on synthetic materials. The colorway is also pretty unique, featuring a tan base with pink and maroon overlays and hits of both navy and royal blue.
Nike Sportswear pulled out all of the stops for their first annual Air Max Day including the brand new Nike Air Max Zero, once just an initial sketch from Tinker Hatfield before the Nike Air Max 1 even came to fruition. Sure, Nike updated the silhouette with a number of modernised materials like a bolstered mesh, Tape seams, and more, but the shoe did keep the original patterns and Air Max system from Tinker’s original blueprint. Now almost three years later, the Nike Air Max Zero White for Sale remains to be an essential player in Nike’s Air Max collective and today we get a look at a women’s exclusive “Pure Platinum” colorway perfect for any occasion.
We’re not sure what took Nike Sportswear this long, but a “Triple White” colorway of the Nike Air Max Zero Cheapest is finally on the way. A no-brainer with the current popularity of triple-anything tonal sneakers, it seems like an all-white version of the concept sneaker based off the original sketch of the Air Max 1 would have happened by now, but as they say, better later than never! Now firmly in place as a regularly produced model for Nike Sportswear with a wide range of colorways, the Nike Air Max Zero has certainly lost some of the mystique that surrounded it back when it originally released in limited quantities for Air Max Day in 2015. But that’s OK, because as long as they keep dropping clean looks like this latest in Gym Red, nobody is going to lose any respect for the Tinker Hatfield designed concept model. This new offering features an all-red upper that avoids any “Red October” comparison thanks to the white sole.
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