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Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen

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AIR MAX CON NYC
In celebration of Air Max Day 2016, iconic designers Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker designed new Air Max silhouettes that further the legacy of the franchise. Including the Air Max LD-Zero H, the Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly T and the Air Max Ultra M, this limited edition collection of reimagined silhouettes pushes the boundaries of modern Air Max.
Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen
Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen
At Air Max Con NYC, each designer’s inspiration and unique creation is unpacked courtesy of an interactive experience.
Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen

HIROSHI FUJIWARA

AIR MAX LD-ZERO H
Before he began his work with Nike, Hiroshi Fujiwara developed a love for the Nike Boston and LD-1000. Appreciating each shoe’s minimal ‘70s aesthetic, Hiroshi nods to the sneaker's era of origin with his LD-1000 inspired take on the Air Max Zero.

Suede and nylon cover the shoe in his signature obsidian and white color palette. Additionally, Hiroshi has added black accents and a unique, blacked-out Nike Air unit for a sophisticated look.
Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen

TINKER HATFIELD

AIR MAX 90 ULTRA SUPERFLY T
For Tinker Hatfield, inspiration can come from anywhere. For the new Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly T, he combined an icon he designed over two decades ago with the pinnacle of Nike Football innovation.

Tinker’s Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly T is updated with cored-out Nike Ultra tooling to reduce weight, making the evolved icon lighter than ever. He then went with a classic color scheme, igniting nostalgia while driving the future of Air Max.
Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen

MARK PARKER

AIR MAX ULTRA M
Mark Parker has been the man with the vision behind many of Nike’s top innovations. In honor of Air Max Day 2016, Parker brings together the latest in Nike innovation to present the Air Max Ultra M.

An engineered knit jacquard upper helps Mark create a fresh look in a rich and vibrant color scheme. Cored-out Nike Ultra tooling reduces weight while elevating comfort in step with modern style.
Nike Air Max Con NYC: HTM Kitchen