A previous edition of Nike’s Huarache pack was covered by us, as our regular readers would know. This item, though, is a different story. Popular releases of Nike’s Huarache back in 2004 often got the “special” treatment. But it’s not only the popular ones that are an inspiration for the sneaker buffs. At times, even the most simple looking shoes from the sportswear giant acts as an inspiration and collector’s item for the customer, and when enough time and effort is invested in it by the designer team – along with the creativity and mastery – the simplistic-looking shoe becomes a remarkable piece of art down to each and every detail.
Here is another one from such line of releases which is known to have had success with customers and sneaker aficionados. This release of Nike’s Huarache features a mercury color theme. The material used is an assemblage of leather and patent leather. Although it sounds very basic when you look at it that way, it isn’t the material that matters if the shoe looks cool and performs well on the field. The laces are hued in mercury as well.
Nike has eventually made this product available at select stores of Leaders 1354 located in Chicago. So, all those sneakerheads who had affection for Huarache designs, but had not kept up with the news of the latest ones being released, they ended up making sure not to miss these ones from Nike.
As a part of Nike’s Fall and Winter 2016 lineup, the classic Air Force 1 Low is receiving the premium treatment in the form of iterations like the Los Angeles, New York City and VLONE iterations. Apparently, another rendition has been added to them, which can be seen here. This particular Air Force 1 Low colorway makes the model look more like a lifestyle silhouette since its leather uppers feature an embossed paisley pattern throughout. The uppers also appear to be completely Blacked-out, and they have been paired with a combination of Light Bone-colored midsoles and somewhat translucent outsoles.
It is being reported that this premium Air Force 1 Low version might be a women’s exclusive. If this is the case, small-footed sneakerheads will be able to cop it from select Nike retailers at a price of $110 on November 18th.
Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: November 18th, 2016