The origins of the Nike Air Max LD-Zero began in the late 1970s, providing the revolutionary Air-Sole unit that is still making its way into Nike shoes to this day. The Air-Sole gives its wearers far more than just the beauty of the visual air trapped in its heel. It offers the cushioned feel that an air-filled sole provides as well, giving its users the perfect amount of bounce in every step that they take. The next generation of the Air-Sole shoes became known as the Air-Max shoe, and these shoes became a huge hit with athletes and gym enthusiasts alike. All of the history of the Air-Sole boils down into one incredible modern shoe, the Nike Air Max LD-Zero.
The Nike Air Max LD-Zero is a comfortable shoe with an LD-1000 upper that comes with full-length Air Max cushioning to provide support and cushioning to every part of the foot. Cast in a classic design, these shoes take inspiration from the original Air-Soles but have been given a modern upgrade suited for any Nike lover. It has a mesh and textile upper that provides breathability with every step. The ultra-light Flywire cables offer total support, and the full-length Max Air unit offers the right amount of cushioning to keep you comfortable without weighing down your step. The rubber outsole of the LD-Zero has a waffle-inspired design that provides excellent grip and traction on any terrain.