Cherry blossom season will soon be here and Nike is continuing its celebratory roll outs with the Nike Air Max Zero Ultra 'Tokyo.' These beautifully blossoming sneakers feature delicate pastel hues and an eye-catching print inspired by spring in Japan.
With Air Max Day coming as soon as cherry blossom season, Nike decided to release a redesigned sneaker that honors both of the upcoming occasions. Using the same silhouette that dropped during last year's Air Max Day, Nike rendered the Air Max Zero Ultra with a Tokyo theme that features a cherry blossom pink colorway with accenting cream notes. The shoe is finished off with navy blue Japanese-style wave embroidery.
A part of Nike's City Collection, the Air Max Zero Ultra 'Tokyo' is set to hit stores on March 26th, 2016.
The New Nike Air Max Zero Ultra Celebrates Spring in Tokyo
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