March 21st, 2016 by Zack Schlemmer / 0
The collaborative process of Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker usually results in a premium look for one sneaker, but this time the trio split up to each create their own shoe in celebration of Air Max Day. In other words, HTM divides into H, T, and M for three sneakers, each presenting their own standalone model. Hiroshi creates the LD-Zero H, which takes the upper of the vintage LD-1000 and upgrades it with today’s full-length cushioning technology. Tinker re-imagines the Air Max 90 as a hybrid with the Mercurial Superfly soccer boot, and Mark styles up his own premium edition of the Air Max BW Ultra. All three models that come together to form one HTM collection will be available at select Nike Sportswear retailers on Air Max Day, this Saturday, March 26th.