Nike’s Air Huarache has been steadily launching in new colorways since its returns back in 2021, in celebration of its anniversary. This week, another ACG-inspired look has surfaced, taking on the color scheme of an original Mowabb Plus.

The All Conditions Gear division of Nike has seen a lot of love from both the brand lately, both in their seasonal releases and as a source of inspiration for other Nike Sportswear product. Earlier this year we saw the release of an Air Huarache inspired by the classic ‘Rattan‘ Mowabb color scheme, and now, another pair of the retro runner has surfaced sporting a classic Air Mowabb look. Borrow from a 1992 edition of the hiking shoe’s Plus variant, this look was also recently rehashed for Olivia Kim’s Nike collaboration in 2020. The new Huarache features a perforated black leather toe reinforced with lush ‘Baroque Brown’ suede, which matches the shoe’s signature midfoot panel. Dark teal neoprene peeks out from underneath, encased by a black rubber cage. The heel tab and inner lining come in dark red, completing the look.

NIKE AIR HUARACHE ‘LIGHT BRITISH TAN’ RELEASE INFORMATION

Nike’s latest new colorway of the Air Huarache has not yet been given an official release date, though we expect to see them land on shelves sometime in the coming weeks. Dressed in brown, black, and blue, this vintage-inspired look will be available from both Nike and select retailers, with the usual price tag of $125. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

UPDATE 8/10/22: Nike’s upcoming ‘Light British Tan’ colorway of the classic Air Huarache has been scheduled to release later this month, on August 23rd, 2022. Featuring a leather and suede construction, this pair will come with a slightly elevated price tag of $125 for this release, available via the SNKRS app.

Nike Air Huarache ‘Light British Tan’
Release Date: 2022
Price: $125
Style Code: DD1068-201

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