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Inspired by Hiroshi Fujiwara and his collaborative genius both as an individual and through his brand, fragment design, the Nike Air Max LD-Zero is seen today in a budding “Sail” colorway.

Executed in plush suede construction while resting atop a 360 Air Max unit, the shoe is seen predominately in Sail, while cream accents at the tongue, Flywire cables and reinforcements above the Air unit balance the look accordingly.

The Nike Air Max LD-Zero “Sail” is landing at retailers overseas like atmos. U.S. release details are still forthcoming.

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