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The Nike Air Humara “Light Army” Is Meant For Blending In

Another nature-inspired palette joins the fray.

The Nike Air Humara “Light Army” Is Meant For Blending In

The re-introduction of the Nike Air Humara has been somewhat camouflaged by Nike ACG revivals among other new outdoor-minded offerings, not that fans of the 1997-born trail shoe are complaining. Aficionados have had their pick of the litter when it comes to available styles and colorways, many of which center around earth tones like this latest Light Army application for women.

Suede overlays take the titular hue, while a Jade Horizon mesh base adds contrast without breaking up the all-green aesthetic. The shoe’s exaggerated eyestays make their usual loud imposition in black, matched in essence by a checkerboard black/white pattern on the midsole. Notably, the palette takes after a freshly previewed Air Exploraid – although the Humara can’t claim the same weatherproofing function.

Look for the women’s Nike Air Humara “Light Army/Jade Horizon/Black” on shelves in the near future for $160; the same MSRP as all new colorways in recent memory. Scroll through official images below and tap our Sneaker Release Dates page to preview more upcoming offerings from the Swoosh.

Staying within the outdoors niche, check out the all-black Nike ACG Rufus releasing June 20th.

WHERE TO BUY

Nike Air Humara

SKU: FB9982-300
RETAIL PRICE: $160
RELEASE DATE: 2024

US 2024

Retailer Release type Status
Nikestore US Standard Check Site

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