Nike’s Air Huarache Will Soon Debut in Vibrant “Tour Yellow”

Summery vibes.

By //Footwear

Last hitting our pages rocking a vibrant “South Beach”-themed colorway option, Nike’s classic Air Huarache model has since surfaced in a bold “Tour Yellow” color scheme. Splashes of both “Anthracite” and black help break up the signature tonal palette, with subtle hits peeking out from the inner lining, tongue, side panel area, not to mention the branded heel counter. A clean white foam-enhanced midsole adds more tonal contrast, while providing functional traction control and optimal user comfort.

Although price and release date still has yet to be confirmed, you can expect the Nike Air Huarache “Tour Yellow” to hit select retailers in the near future.

In other sneaker news, Nike reveals spring-ready Air VaporMax Flyknit 2.0 “Light Cream.”

Read Full Article
Source
Kicks on Fire
NikeNike Air Huarache

You may also like



What to Read Next

Raf Simons Continues to Pay Homage to Joy Division With New Spring/Summer 2018 Releases
Fashion

Raf Simons Continues to Pay Homage to Joy Division With New Spring/Summer 2018 Releases

Highlighting Peter Saville’s ‘Unknown Pleasures’ cover.

Cardi B Announces Debut Album Title & Release Date
Music

Cardi B Announces Debut Album Title & Release Date

Dropping one day before her SNL debut.

Nike & HQ Trivia Celebrate Air Max Day With Exclusive Air Max 270 Model
Footwear

Nike & HQ Trivia Celebrate Air Max Day With Exclusive Air Max 270 Model

Only 100 pairs created.


Why Does Luxury Retailer Saks Fifth Avenue See Streetwear in Its Future?
Fashion 

Why Does Luxury Retailer Saks Fifth Avenue See Streetwear in Its Future?

Presented by Saks Fifth Avenue
Integrating Stone Island, and teasing an exclusive OFF-WHITE™ collection.

Drake's "God's Plan" Holds No. 1 Spot on Billboard Hot 100 for Nine Weeks Straight
Music

Drake's "God's Plan" Holds No. 1 Spot on Billboard Hot 100 for Nine Weeks Straight

The 6 God continues to break records.

Chance The Rapper Calls Heineken Ad "Terribly Racist"
Music

Chance The Rapper Calls Heineken Ad "Terribly Racist"

For the slogan “sometimes, lighter is better.”

More ▾