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The Nike Air Huarache Brightens Up With New Tongue Logo

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While no longer celebrating a milestone anniversary, the Nike Air Huarache continues to form an important part of the Swoosh’s lineup.

Recently, Tinker Hatfield’s design appeared in an A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan collaboration-reminiscent “cracked” finish complete with vibrant, summer-ready accents. Neoprene booties visible at the tongue and profiles revel in bold orange and rich blue, while inner-lining opts for a muted yellow finish. Nike Huarache branding traditionally found on the tongue is replaced with a reworked, minty logo that may be part of a larger Nike Sportswear collection. Underfoot, waffle-patterned tread indulges in a semi-translucent look that gives personality to the yellowish flair that covers the traction.

No firm Nike.com launch details have been disclosed by the brand, but that’s likely to change soon. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the pair ahead.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. empire, check out all upcoming Air Jordan 4 releases.

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Nike Air Huarache
Release Date: Aug 23rd, 2022 (Tuesday)
Color: White/University Blue/Lilac/Safety Orange
Mens: $135 Style Code: DX2345-100

North AmericaAug 23rd, 2022 (Tuesday)