As a part of Nike’s HTM line comprised of legendary designers Hiroshi Fujiwara and Tinker Hatfield, along with CEO Mark Parker, the brand has released two new sneakers in honor of the third annual Air Max Day. While we were graced with a look at the Air Max LD-Zero H designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara earlier this week, we’re now given a first look at the Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly by Tinker Hatfield and the Air Max MP Ultra by Mark Parker.

The Air Max 90 Ultra Superfly features the classic shape of the beloved Air Max 90 Ultra, adorned with varying mesh and textured panels throughout the upper. In addition, the extended sock-like ankle cuff takes cues from the Mercurial Superfly, incorporating leather accents for a premium feel. Mark Parker’s Air Max MP Ultra embraces the Air Classic BW’s silhouette, including gradated hues of royal blue and black along the shoe. Both sneakers will be available for Air Max Day on March 26.