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Nike Air Huarache Triple Black RESTOCK!

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The most popular colourway of Nike Air Huarache EVER, has had another restock this time at Concept by Cruise. Head over and grab a pair before they are all gone again. Available here 

Air Huarache Light ‘Mowabb’ Size? Exclusive

nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-1size?‘s slew of exclusive drops continue as a classic Nike colorway is repurposed for the Air Huarache Light. Inspired by the canyons and natural landscape of the Moab in Utah, the signature ACG colourway is applied admirably on the classic Nike runner with hues of blue and burnt sand all highlighted by the use of orange. The size? exclusive Nike Air Huarache Light drops on Friday, October 31 at 8am GMT (4am EST) with a retail price of £90, herenike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-2 nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-3 nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-4 nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-5

Footpatrol x Nike Air Huarache Light “Concrete”

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London’s own Footpatrol has teamed up with Nike to create an Air Huarache Light inspired by the grey winter days of London and how it seems to magnify the abundance of grey building facades in the bustling capital. Taking the inspiration quite literally, this Huarache Light features an all-grey upper composed of rich suede and lightweight mesh, all of which is tied together by the semi-translucent grey molded eyestays. 3M accents, embroidered tonal Swooshes, speckled laces, a light grey, speckled sole, and perforated white leather lining round out the details for these special kicks. Limited to just 500 pairs worldwide, the Air Huarache Light “Concrete” will be available in-store and online exclusively at Footpatrol starting at 9:00 a.m. local time on Friday, July 18

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Size? x Nike Air Huarache Light Atomic Mango

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The days of quickstrikes in the kicks world has been lost for a while now. The proliferation of information out and the number of people willing to leak the info makes keeping a release secret. However, Nike and UK retailer size? have managed to pull off one of the better surprises in years with the Nike Air Huarache Light ‘Atomic Mango.’

The shoe is a beautiful progression piece that combines seldom used elements from the Huarache lineage to generate a new look. The colour scheme comes from the long forgotten Huarache Racer OG from ’94 and an unreleased version of the Huarache Burst made in 2005 but never seeing the light of day. The 2014 version uses the Huarache Light design, included the sole and not the Free version seen on the last Huarache Light-lookalikes. I’m sure some purists will find a way to down-talk them as not having minute details related to the original Lights but I like em plus expect more colourways from Nike over the next couple of seasons. Available now.

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Nike Air Huarache ‘Scream Green’

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Word on the street Is the most loved colourway of the Nike Air Huarache finally making another comeback? It’s TRUE trust me! So today we get a look at a new catalog image of the original and iconic “Scream Green” colourway of the classic Neoprene runner. Shipping around August time…keep them peeled here for more details.

Nike Air Huarache White/White-Pure Platinum

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The Nike Air Huarache reappears for the Spring/Summer 2014 season in this new tonal white/white-pure platinum colorway. Featuring a tonal leather and synthetic upper, the shoes are a complex blend of lines and textures. The overlapping white panels are contrasted by a platinum grey heel cage while finishing touches include a second row of decorative eyelets, a padded ankle and a rugged molded midsole. Available soon

Size? x Nike Army & Navy Pack

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Size? have done some amazing SMU’s over the last 12 months and looks like it’s going to continue this year…take a look at its Army & Navy pack.
Choosing the legendary Nike Air Max Light, the mould-breaking Air Huarache and the cult Air Max 93, each one comes in an ‘Army’ tone or a ‘Navy’ option. Mixes of khaki green and golden yellow alongside the dark and azure blues. It’s common knowledge that military uniforms and fatigue patterns have heavily influenced design and popular culture for decades. Created to be simple, functional, comfortable and in some cases blended with technical specifications to assist the wearer in their duties. So using these core values as inspiration, Size? have used a trio of what were Nike’s groundbreaking tech models back in the day, and added a subtle military colour scheme whilst mixing with heavy duty materials. ‘Army’ pack is released 31st Jan while the ‘Navy’ pack drop 21st Feb. Let me know what you think

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Nike Air Huarache LE New Slate Turbo Green

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Not a brand to rest on a ‘on trend’ style, Nike keep pushing out more on-point Air Huarache LE colourways, with this New Slate/Turbo Green variation getting an exclusive release at Foot Locker. It seems like the Air Huarache LE is the new hot cake for exclusives, what with all of the colourways size? have managed to bag and with Foot Locker competing heavily on the same shoe. It’s no surprise, seeing as this model topped our list for Top 20 Popular Posts of 2013. Exclusive colourways seem to be a big part of sneaker retail these days and it doesn’t seem to be a culture that’s showing any sign or going away, they have done a really nice job of this colourway of the early ’90s classic.

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Nike 2013 Free Huarache Light

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The latest in Nike’s Free-ing of its back catalog silhouettes, the Nike Free Huarache Light debuts for 2013 in a number of notable colourways. The new addition to the Huarache family replaces the OG’s Air-based midsole with an updated Free base for modern-day comfort and flexibility, while the sock-like upper will be instantly recognizable by fans of the original. In this “Ultramarine” OG colourway, the sneaker is a nice addition to Nike Sportswear’s mostly-inspired tinkering with its popular retro silhouettes.

Stussy x Nike

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2000 marked the first super-limited footwear collaboration between Stussy and Nike, when the two streetwear giants co-branded several colorways of the Nike Air Huarache shoe. The collaboration was expectedly a wild success, and would thus become a annual tradition, later following with Nike fan-favorites like the Nike Dunk High, Court Force, Free Trail 5.0, Terminator, All Court Mid and Sky Force 88 Mid, all getting the exclusive Stussy treatment. Thanks to the shoes’ collectability and rapid popularity amongst Stussy fans and sneakerheads around the world, the relationship between Stussy and Nike has evolved into something even greater — now providing a unique platform for Nike to introduce new colors, fabrics, while updating older models and testing fresh designs in the sneaker market. Check out each the full history on each unique shoe here. Now in its twelfth iteration, the most current Stussy x Nike shoe features the rare Nike Sky Force 88 Mid style, and is available in solid Black, Khaki, or in two hues of Stussy’s signature camoflauge. Check your local Stussy Chapter Store for availability.

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