The Nike Air Huarache is rounding off the year by launching a dusting off non-original, but equally-important style from the archives. A “Shadow/Midnight Navy/Black” makeup rooted in 1992’s “Slate” release.
Not exactly a one-to-one retro of the aforementioned drop, the forthcoming sneaker revives a near-identical color palette and blocking to modern-day audiences. Nubuck overlays feature across the forefoot while over the tongue boast a light grey tone reminiscent of what’s appeared on the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Grey” and other options from the NIKE, Inc. umbrella. Neoprene construction visible at the tongue and throughout the mid-foot and heel then divide darker tones with “Midnight Navy” leaving its mark on branded components, too. The shoe also features an all-“Black” look across the ever-comfortable sole unit.
The Nike Air Huarache LE “Slate” is expected to release in the first half of 2022 with pricing set at $130 USD.
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