Nike Will Soon Debut Its Air Zoom Humara A/T With This "Midnight Navy" Model

Nike Sportswear’s version of the Terra Humara.

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Hot on the heels of debuting the Air Zoom Terra Humara in both black and “Game Royal” versions, Nike Sportswear will soon unveil its own rendition of the Terra Humara in what will be known as Nike Air Zoom Humara A/T. The first silhouette to hit the shelves will be this “Midnight Navy” iteration. The signature hue swarms the uppers, while decorative black detailing hits the midsole, tongue and ankle area. Splashes of white found on the heel, tongue branding and eyestays provide additional contrast. Other notable features include the ripstop-constructed upper, toggle lacing system and glow-in-the-dark capabilities.

Scheduled for a 2017 fall release, no details on pricing structure have yet been announced. Be sure to check back for details as they arise.

Speaking of Nike, a “Triple Black” version of the SB Dunk High was recently unveiled.

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