About The Nike Air Max Zero
Designed by Graeme McMillan the Nike Air Max Zero was inspired by an earlier drawing sketched by Tinker Hatfield intended for the first Air Max. The Air Max Zero was then later released in September 2015. The Air Max zero now holds an impressive collection of colourways and collaborations from Nike. Featuring a sock like fit and single Air Max unit under the heel and cushioned midsole.
Use our quick sizing guide to find the perfect laces for your Nike Air Max Zero.
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How to buy replacement shoelaces for the Nike Air Max 95
The Nike Air Max Zero features 5 eyelets and requires a shoelace length of 114 cm – 137 cm. The Nike Air Max Zero is laced with a flat shoelaces often styled with crossed lacing through all of the eyelets of the shoe. Use our quick shoelace sizing guide to find the correct replacement Nike Air Max Zero Shoelaces.
Popular Shoelace Colour Choices
Nike Air Max Zero with ‘white’ Laces
Nike Air Max Zero with ‘Grey’ Laces
Nike Air Max Zero with ‘Blue’ Laces