Nike's third annual Air Max Day has arrived, and with it comes a plethora of releases. First is the HTM series, which this year features a H, a T, and an M shoe, each crafted by their respective designer. Hiroshi Fujiwara, of fragment design and Pool Aoyama, releases the Air Max LD-Zero which combines a Boston upper with a 360 Air Max sole unit. Next is Tinker Hatfield, the original designer of the Air Max 1 and pioneer of the Jordan series, and he releases the Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly, which combines an Air Max 90 Ultra with the Superfly soccer boot. Last is Mark Parker, Nike's CEO, who offers the Air Max Ultra M, a vintage-inspired but progressive design trainer. All three are available online at KithNYC.com now. Next are two Air Max Zero's, one for men and one for women. First is the Vivid Sulphur rendition, which features a yellow/white color palette and is actually the very first Air Max design Tinker Hatfield had drawn up 30 years ago. Next is the LOTC Tokyo model for women, which features a pink upper with Japanese-inspired print. Both Air Max Zero's are available in-store only (Vivid Sulphur at Kith Manhattan and Brooklyn / LOTC Tokyo at the Kith Women's Store and Brooklyn), with an online release on March 28.