Nike Air Huarache “Woven” DM0863-400
As summer approaches, the Swoosh is revealing more and more shoe options for those looking for enhanced breathability, eye-catching colorways, and all-day comfort. The latest set of the Nike Air Huarache fits the description well.
Departing from Tinker Hatfield’s original 1991 design, the upcoming version of the running silhouette features a woven base layer instead of a neoprene layer. A mix of colors reminiscent of stained glass lands on the woven layer of the Air Huarache, while navy blue takes over the leather overlays at the top of the toe, the forefoot quarter and along the tongue. . Fabric on the tongue and just below the sneaker’s collar opts for a light shade of blue, though the surrounding molded plastic components deviate from spring and summer hues in favor of black and day gray. Finally, the shoe dons a muted neon green midsole made in part from recycled material (as indicated by its speckled finish).
No company Nike.com The release date has been leaked by the brand, but that is expected to change as summer approaches. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the pair ahead.
For more from the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, check out the retro Air Jordan 4 “Military Black” set releasing in June.
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