A bit quiet within the Air Max family since the Air Max 97 and Air Max 1 have seemed to take over lately, the Nike Air Max Zero is making a comeback this back-to-school season with a few new looks. The slightly more premium ‘SE’ (Special Edition) version of the shoe is arriving now in four new colorways, each featuring a slightly heathered knit-mesh base with seamless synthetic overlays. The color combinations include a White/Armory Blue version that is reminiscent of the original colorway, Dark Grey/Black, Light Bone/Black, and a “Bred”-like colorway in black and Tough Red.
The Nike Air Max Zero SE (Special Edition) returns for Summer 2017 with four total new releases that are available right now.
Each pair is constructed with knitted mesh uppers and seamless synthetic overlays dressed in your choice of a Bred-like pair, an White/Armory Blue version, a Dark Grey edition and one in Light Bone.
Following the recent “Bred” colorway, Nike preps even more colorways of its Air Max Zero SE — including “White/Armory Blue” and “Light Bone/Black”. Each sneaker features textured mesh base, as well as synthetic overlays and white soles.
One of the newest colorways on the Nike Air Max Zero this fall season is in a mixture of Bordeaux/Black-Velvet Brown. Breathable mesh and synthetics make up the upper that is colored in the wine red hue with hits of black, while green accents are seen on the laces, heel and visible air bubble in the heel. Completing the design altogether are light grey midsoles with black speckling across.