The Nike Air Huarache Runner Goes Grayscale

Dressed predominantly in "Light Iron Ore."

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As the weather gets colder and the nights longer, it’s easy to fall victim to seasonal depression. Even Nike isn’t immune to the effects of the season, letting it reflect in greyscale releases the likes of this Nike Air Huarache Runner.

A simple, understated take on the contemporary offering, this Nike Air Huarache Runner reflects the Winter by way of its colorway. “Light Iron Ore” is used predominantly, dressing not only the suede fixtures but also the mesh inserts that line the unders of the shoe. Darker greys, then, add contrast to many of the accents over top, including but not limited to the embroidered Swoosh on the profile, the TPU heel piece, and the largely obscured panels of leather.

Enjoy a closer, detailed look at this Nike Air Huarache Runner via the official images ahead. While we’re not sure when exactly these will be hitting the shelves, it likely won’t be long from now. Until then, sit tight and keep an eye on Nike.com and select retailers just in case.

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Nike Air Huarache Runner

SKU: DZ3306-004

US 2024

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