24/03/2016
Just keeps on delivering.

Words by

Tabatha Turner

There’s never not a reason to celebrate Nike, but to make things more official, international Air Max Day will be held next week on March 26.

Hosting the worldwide celebration are Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield (original Air Max designer) and Mark Parker (Nike’s CEO), who have each created a model that reflects their respective contributions to their longstanding partnership with the cult brand.

These limited-edition sneakers include the Nike Air Max LD-Zero H by Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Nike Air Max 90 Superfly T by Tinker Hatfield, and the Mark Parker’s Nike Air Max Ultra M by Mark Partner (obvs). In other words: HTM.

Each as lust-worthy as the one that comes before it, the sneakers will be available online and in selected stores on the sacred Air Max Day next week.

nike.com/au

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