April 6, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 12
The barefoot-like sole integration represents a fairly radical departure (especially for the above pictured model), and yet, the feature on Nike Sportswear’s recent Huarache Frees that seems to be getting the most attention of late is the unique dual-colored mesh that’s made up several recent pairs’ toes. The effect on this particular pair of Nike Huarache Basketball 2012s is a bit different with its white backing serving as a more neutral base to the Soar overlay than, say, the ‘bred’ edition. In doing so, they manage a perfect blend between the retro colorups we saw to kick off this new design and the brand new ones utilizing the distinct mesh, and you’ll find them available now at NSW retailers like Caliroots.
Nike Huarache Basketball 2012
like these but I still prefer the old school Huraches...seen Darius Miller with these during the college season #champs #shoegameMVP
Really dope looking shoe, just not well-suited for basketball. That sole gets torn up if you're playing outdoor ball.
they must've seen me ballin in free's and decided to make basketball shoes with free-like technology, lol. toot toot
don't know about ballin in these. midsole is too high and there's no lockdown tech around the ankle.
Nike Huarache Basketball 2012 – White – Black – Soar by John Kim 8 Comments