The Nike Air Huarache Ultra Returns in a "Bred"-Inspired Colorway

Ahead of the Air Jordan 1 “Banned” release.

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With the release of the “Banned” Air Jordan 1s just around the corner, Nike looks to bring Jordan-themed colorways to some of its other silhouettes. The modernized Air Huarache makes a stunning entrance in a “Bred” inspired iteration, which sees a black color treatment applied to just about everything apart from the front portion of the sneaker’s midsole. Hints of red adorn the tongue and insole, while additional touches of crisp white provide some flair to the sleek design. Unfortunately this particular release will only be available in grade school sizes, but this “Cargocolorway should be a worthy consolation prize.

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