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NIKE HUARACHE The Nike Air Huarache is a 1991 Nike sneaker designed by Tinker Hatfield that features a neoprene sock-liner. Read below for Nike Air Huarache sneakers, photos, and release dates.

A History of Kanye West’s Sneaker Collabs

February 10th, 2014 by | 34 comments

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Today marks the ten-year anniversary of the release of The College Droupout, the debut album from Kanye West that would be a precursor to a decade of dominance from the Chicago rapper. Yes, his name was known prior thanks to the stray mixtapes and production credits, but it was Dropout that introduced Kanye the character; the multifaceted music man who was equal parts brilliant and boisterous. As he’s been prone to reminding the general public of late, Kanye’s aims have always been broader than just music. The sneaker world in particular has felt his force-from that obscure Nike Air 180 that wore his bear logo to the frenzy of yesterday’s surprise Red October release.

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Nike Air Huarache – Foot Locker Europe Exclusives

January 30th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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A bunch of new Nike Huaraches just released. The only problem is, they’re exclusive to Foot Locker’s European wing. Which means that you’re going to need a foreign friend if you’re here in the US and you want to try to get your hands on a pair. Of course this is nothing new for fans of the Huaraches, given the oft mentioned Euro-centric status of the sneakers’ release. Stay with us after the break for a look at the eight colorways that are available and then get yourself to Foot Locker to see if you can manage to procure these Huaraches from your stateside locale.

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Complex’s 50 Nike Facts You Didn’t Know

January 26th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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Complex is testing your Nike knowledge once again. Their latest compilation is called “50 Things You Didn’t Know About Nike” and is a collection of trivia about the brand that ranges from the esoteric to the pretty well known. For instance you’ve probably heard the tale about how the brand started out as Blue Ribbon Sports, but you might not know that Tinker’s initial inspiration for the Nike Huarache came from a water-skiing adventure. Continue reading to get a selection from the group and then hit Complex for the rest of them.

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Nike “Army & Navy” Pack – Size? Worldwide Exclusive

January 24th, 2014 by | 5 comments

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After a series of enticing teaser snapshots, the UK sneaker purveyor Size? will finally unleash the trio of Nike Running classics dubbed the “Army & Navy” Pack. The Nike Huarache, Air Max Light, and recently unearthed Air Max 93 all featured military-themed colorways built with rugged materials. All three pairs are indeed exclusive to the store, and will release throughout their various channels on January 31st. For full release info direct from the source as well as a detailed gallery, click through below and let us know which of the three you like best.

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Nike Air Huarache – Cargo Green – Sequoia Green – Neon

January 23rd, 2014 by | No comments

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Setting aside the whole geographical exclusivity issue for a moment, now is a really good time to be a fan of Nike Huaraches and specifically the sandal-inspired line’s first running shoe.  The Nike Air Huarache has come through in some of the more popular original colorways over the last year, as well as slightly revised takes on a couple of the more obscure OGs.  This new style fits into that latter category in the sense that it borrows from the style on the new ‘Slate’ and ‘Chestnut’ leaning pairs, but it would appear this one is more a welcome new addition than any reference to an earlier release.  Click in to see how the mossy green suede plays with neon tongue tags and black soles, then see what you can do about getting a pair from European Nike Sportswear dealers like Size?

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Size? x Nike Air Huarache “Army and Navy” – Teaser

January 20th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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We’re always happy to hear about another pair of Nike Huaraches coming from the Size? camp. It appears that they’re going back to work on that beloved neoprene silhouette, as evidenced by this new teaser of a pair that they’ve dubbed “Army and Navy”. We’re used to seeing the boutique’s various collab styles come in sets though, so we’re guessing that this might just be the “Navy” part of the equation. Stay with us after the break for the full teaser and stay tuned to Sneaker News for the full reveal of this new Nike Huarache project.

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Nike Air Huarache – Teal – Orange – Black – White

January 8th, 2014 by | 3 comments

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You know by now that it’s a hard time to be a Huarache fan in the US. But still, if you really love the sneakers than you’ll spend the time it takes to track them down from overseas spots. And if you really love the sneaker, any site of an upcoming colorway is good news. Shown here is a new version that has a vague Dolphins feel thanks to the teal and orange combination. Continue reading for the full photo preview and keep in mind this Nike Huarache silhouette is supposed to be in stores later on in 2014.

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