Nike Air Huarache Next Nature “Tan” DM0863-300
In 1991, Tinker Hatfield and the Swoosh released the Nike Air Huarache, a performance running shoe that was a departure from the visible Air solution that had become a go-to option for the brand at the turn of the 90s.
Recently, scuba-inspired design has emerged as part of the Next Nature collection, a series of footwear products partially constructed with recycled materials. Woven base layers are reminiscent of older woven sneakers from the extensive Swoosh product catalog, providing a touch of breathability and durability to the Nike Sportswear staple. Overlays at the toes and along the profiles deviate from the tan color of their underlays in favor of a fall-appropriate olive green; Nike Huarache logos at the top of the tongue favor a Neon variant of the contrasting Green hue. Nike Grind material lands on the heel and waffle-patterned outsole, continuing the company’s goal of durability.
Enjoy official images of the upcoming pair and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.
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