September 21, 2011 BY Brendan Dunne / 15
The Nike Zoom Huarache 2K4 was never a shoe that people picked up just to stunt in. The buzz on this one wasn’t built on hyped up colorways or exclusive releases, this shoe relied on on-court performance to make a name for itself. Originally slated as the first Kobe signature (a plan that was derailed by a certain blemish on his public image), this sneaker brought the Huarache technology to a new generation of athletes and remains a highpoint of design for Nike over the past decade. After this year’s iD treatment, Nike will be bringing them out of the vaults come Summer 2012, in a gang of new colorways with construction that hopefully remains true to the OG’s. Check out the full pictures after the jump and let us know if you’re excited for this upcoming release. via CK
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i kno they was dope back in the day, especially for those who hooped...but why they coming back? didnt see that coming at all
One of the best sneakers to ball in hands down. These sell themselves. They need to make them ID's again. I see The Gentry Effect is happening at Nike already. Bring back a no brainer classic to wet our pallets and then BOOM! Garbage as far as the eye can see.
i got a pair of these through eastbay back in 2005, best pair of shoes ive ever picked up on clearance
yea i remember these back in the day, nice shoe to hoop in, somebody stole my pair out the locker room tho smh but these will always be a classic!!
One of my favorite b-ball shoes. They're very comfortable. But...I wish Nike would bring back the 2K3's as well.
preferred the 2k5 over these, but glad to see these making a come back. hopefully the 2k5 will be next