In an effort to bring more variety to its consumers, Nike added an all-black colorway to its range of Air Max LD-Zeros, which can already be found in gray and a multi-textured navy and white variation as well.
For its latest update, the new Air Max LD-Zeros are constructed from a soft suede material, which adds to the sleek aesthetic by maintaining a uniform look. The same charcoal colorway is carried up to the laces and tongue as well, with only a white tag diverging from this to highlight the designer's branding.
Originally made in an effort with Hiroshi Fujiwara, the model is well-loved by those who value a streamlined sneaker that simultaneously stands out. What's most unique about the new Air Max LD-Zeros however is the transparent sole that finishes it off.