A staple of Nike’s lifestyle division, the Air Huarache has a long history with the Swoosh. Introduced in 1991 by legendary designer Tinker Hatfield, the Air Huarache positioned itself as a racing model with its lightweight construction. Now,
Signature to the Air Huarache, a neoprene upper provides a snug fit from the first use of the shoe. In “Resin”, this neoprene part is equipped with white, gold and emerald green. White leather overlays add texture to this pair in combination with a white midsole which sits atop a black rubber outsole. Black further contrasts the look of the Air Huarache tongue badge and iconic heel cage where it combines with blue that features tonal “NIKE” branding. This retro pair is completed with an emerald green insole with a gold Nike International logo.
For those looking to pick up this classic colorway, Nike has yet to share a release date. However, expect it to hit shelves via the comma and select retailers in the coming months at an estimated retail price of $120.
Elsewhere in the shoes, Nike is also bringing back the Air Max 97 “Silver Bullet” for 2022.