When Nike dropped the Air Max LD-Zero H it was to much fanfare because of the collaboratively designed sneaker, material contrast and an aesthetic revival of a design from the ’70s. As you might imagine, with stamps from Hiroshi Fujiwara (of Fragment), Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker it wasn’t easy to get your hands on a pair to put on your feet. That’s no longer an issue with a wider release of the Nike Air Max LD-Zero. With four different colorways available out of the box—along with the ability to design your own from the ground up with Nike iD—there’s a pair of these in every color you could possibly want. The newest iteration of the sneaker was built off the original Hiroshi Fujiwara minimalist design with an almost identical silhouette and contrasting mesh/textile/leather construction throughout that sits atop that unique full-length Max Air unit for maximum cushioning. Customize at Nike or pick up a pair from Titolo.
Your morning routine is begging for Parachute’s towels. What makes them different? Well, Parachute uses an innovative process called Aerocotton Technology, which blows air through the cotton fibers as they’re spun. That means extra fluffy towels that dry quickly. Plus, the towels are made exclusively from premium long-staple Egyptian cotton, which is the best around. Soft, absorbent, and quick-drying—Parachute’s towels offer everything you want. Your new favorite part of a long, hot shower? Drying off.