This Nike Air Huarache Is The Most Durable Iteration Yet
There’s nothing more durable in the world of Nike Air Huarache than this pair of sneakers.
In line with Nike’s commitment to making its business more environmentally friendly, all sneakers in the Oregon-based super brand’s Next Nature line are made from at least 20% recycled content or recycled materials from unsold shoes. Case in point: in the past, we’ve seen Nike designer Peter Moore’s iconic 36-year-old Dunk receive an earth-friendly update, thanks to a synthetic leather upper and 50% recycled content, while an Air Force One made from 20% recycled rubber is currently on sale.
Now it’s the turn of the Nike Air Huarache, which was first released in 1991. The Next Nature Air Huarache is the most durable sneaker release to date and every aspect of the silhouette has been carefully considered. account. The sneaker’s logo as well as the heel tab and cream-colored outsole of the Nike Air Huarache Next Nature were made with Nike’s special Grind rubber, which is created from leftover recycled materials and scraps from the Nike cutting room floor.
Where the aforementioned Air Force One and Dunk styles have retained their OG colorways (white, red, and white, respectively), the Nike Air Huarache has a new, never-before-seen colorway. It comes in an assortment of hues that make the sneaker look the best of nature: overlaid uppers come in a combination of earthy tones and olive green, while a breathable woven base has been sand washed. Meanwhile, the sneakers‘ collar and tongue are muddy gray.
It is not yet known when the Nike Air Huarache Next Nature will be available, but it is expected to drop in the coming weeks.
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