March 31, 2011 BY John Kim / 0
After witnessing the grandeur of the ShoeZeum, chances are you were bitten by the vintage-collecting bug. Here at Sneaker News, we’re always on the lookout for some old-school gems, particular Air Jordans and Nike Basketball releases of the late 80’s and early 90’s. This time around, we stumbled upon one of the most unique Nike Running shoes ever made – the Nike Air Huarache Plus that released in 1994. It featured a fierce upper design using a no-lace buckle as the sole stability provider. The sockliner provided a lock-down fit and the perforated toe let some air in – two key-note features in any high-performance runner. This White/Black/Teal/Green colorway you see here features a croc-skin print graphic on the sockliner – as if the Huarache Plus needed help in drawing perplexed stares. Not familiar with the Huarache Plus? Take another look below and grab this affordable piece of vintage heat from rbkhater on eBay.