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The first of the colorways, the “White/Black,” features monochromatic black, grey, and white accents atop the breathable mesh-dominant upper, featuring various panels for increased support to both the wearer as well as the self-lacing system. More details include red text and blue squares throughout. The second iteration, the “Opti-Yellow,” features a vibrant yellow mesh upper, with white typography marking the leather lacing cage on the tongue. Both colorways allow for the wearer to effectively customize the shoe’s appearance via built-in LED lighting — which can be controlled via the provided app that controls the shoe’s various features.
You can check out the official images of the Nike Adapt Huarache in the gallery above. Both colorways are slated to hit SNKRS on September 13, with a set retail price of $350 USD.
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