From the mind of legendary designer Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Max Zero is an original concept from 1985 that pre-dates the Air Max 1. Left in the vault for 30 years, the runner made its retail debut last year, instantly generating a strong following of Air Max fanatics.
Exactly a month ago, the sneaker community was caught by surprise when the Air Max Zero was made available to customize on NIKEiD. Designers can select fresh colors for essentially every element and add a custom iD to the heel. With a three to four week wait time, designs are starting to ship to homes, and we've rounded up the 50 best pairs that have been shared so far.