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Nike Expands Its Conceptual N.354 Series With The Huarache Type

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Unveiled as one part of a much larger, conceptual picture, the N.354 series by Nike is one beaming in prototype energy as well as some of the pleasantly unrefined aesthetics of their artistic collaborator Tom Sachs. Seeing to its own newfound poster boy while inflicting deconstruction onto the Air Force 1, the line-up continues to grow as it pieces together what has become the Huarache Type. Design is fittingly in line with its predecessors: saturated blues along the tongue accent the largely white base of nylon ripstop and various synthetics with denotative branding forgoing the traditional polish for one of a more penciled in variety. Outsoles retain the loose likeness of the original silhouette though with extra molds and ornate patterning, doubling on top of the medial strap modifications and aforementioned to create what holds true to the overarching themes. Grab a detailed look at the pair below and find it rolling out to select retailers and surely Nike.com come June 28th.

Nike Huarache Type
Release Date: June 28th, 2019
Style Code: BQ5102-100

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