The Nike Air Max Zero Essential is a sneaker inspired by an early sketch by Tinker Hatfield. It was the style that was intended to be the first-ever Air Max. Designed in 1985 but not released until 2015, this model features an all-over, triple-black colorway. A sleek upper of mesh, textile, and molded overlays is paired with lightweight cushioning in the midsole and Max Air heel unit for ultra comfort. While the good-looking pair is obviously big on style, the Nike Air Max Zero Essential also keeps you light on your feet with a seamless, comfortable fit.