Nike always does a crack up job of making sure the kids are well looked after in the footwear department, lately more than ever too. A prime example are these GS Nike Air Huarache Womens online that have just appeared at Titolo. A classic white midsole-to-heel strap connection makes for a solid start, flanked by metallic silver overlays, mesh underlays and a matching neoprene sock liner.
Everybody loves the Nike Air Huarache Womens Stock, and everybody loves a good teaser, so here we have a cheeky sneak peak at six possible upcoming colourways of the Nike Huarache Ultra BR. Touted to be a BR (read: Breathe) release, all the colour-ups below take the tooled Huarache Ultra design and add an even more streamlined construction consisting of super-light mesh and stripped back neoprene sockliners. Big standouts here are the obvious triple white black and black editions, but also the earthy brown and solar orange joints are providing surprisingly tempting visuals.
It’s just hit November, but the holiday spirit is in full effect already as the brands begin to preview their upcoming holiday-themed releases like this beautiful womens Huarache. Dipped in an amazing ‘Copa’ light blue, the leather side panels feature white snowflake graphics to match the midsole, while the ‘Blue Lagoon’ Nike Air Huarache Womens Blue Orange fashion tongue patch sits proudly on top of the stark white laces.
Seeing Nike borrow Air Jordan colourways and transplanting them onto other silhouettes is nothing new. It is something we have seen time and time again on numerous models from running sneaks to lifestyle trainers and everything in between. This Gym Red/black combination of the Nike Air Huarache Womens Black Comfort is said to draw inspiration from the AJ13, but we feel the story gets a little lost in translation.
They should probably just rename the Nike Air Huarache Womens Atomic Pink Supplier the ‘Air Chameleon’. A shoe of a thousand different colourings, it’s pretty hard to come across a pair of Huas that can’t be rocked. From basic monotones to fruitful, fancy fillings, these things always look good. This rendition that just landed at Sneaker Politics comes set in a workable palette of navy, white and sea-blue and should pretty much work for any situation, whether you’re going high-end or keepin’ it low-key.