Nike’s Air Huarache is back, fully remastered for the silhouette’s thirtieth anniversary this year, and Nike has quite the celebration lined up. This week, we have an early look at another remixed original colorway. Check out the “Deep Magenta” look, coming soon.

Nike’s revival of the classic Air Huarache has taken an interesting turn in recent weeks. While the Swoosh kicked off the shoe’s thirtieth anniversary by releasing the remastered silhouette in a handful of original color schemes, it appears now that they may have pulled somewhat of a fast one on us, with the emergence of several other “OG” colorways. Like this “Deep Magenta” look, Nike is rehashing some of their original Huarache colors, mashing up two looks together to create something new. This pair pulls the teal blue neoprene tongue from the “Emerald” look, and mashing it up with the magenta base from the original magenta colorway. The result is a new, but familiar style for the Huarache.


Nike’s latest remixed original colorway from the Air Huarache lineup, the “Deep Magenta” look, has not yet been announced for release, though they are expected to launch sometime in the coming weeks. The hybrid color scheme will be available from both Nike and select retailers, with the usual price tag of $120. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

Nike Air Huarache “Aquatone”
Color: White/Aquatone-Deep Magenta-Black
Style Code: DD1068-103
Release Date: August 27, 2021
Price: $120

UPDATE 9/5/21: Due to global shipping and production delays, Nike has delayed the upcoming release of the “Deep Magenta” Air Huarache by a few weeks, now scheduled for September 15th, 2021.

UPDATE 8/16/21: Nike has officially announced that the “Deep Magenta” Air Huarache Remastered has been scheduled to release in the coming weeks, on August 27th, 2021. The date comes to us from overseas retailer Hanon, which could affect when we see an official release from Nike US. The bright new color scheme will be available from both Nike and select retailers, with a price tag of $120.

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