March 1, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 6
Following our detailed look at the Tropique and Magenta-accented edition that imitates the early ’90s styles popular when the original Air Huarache hit retailers in 1992, comes a new release that sticks to the OG script save one key feature. This means that from a distance, the Nike Huarache Free 2012 pictured above is likely to be mistaken for the original (save the fact that most sneakerheads who will identify them at a distance, will also know that these are considerably easier to come by than a DS OG pair). But that switch to a grooved Free sole seems a perfect fit, this barefoot-mimicking bottom a natural extension of the long established neoprene booty upper. Click through to see how this classic style done with Soar and Cyber accents differs from the Varsity Royal and Mean Green pairing that typified the 2009 Air Huarache-inspired Nike Sportswear releaes, and pre-order this April release now from End.
Nike Huarache Free
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