Nike has refined its groundbreaking Adapt sneaker, utilizing the ultra-popular Huarache as the base for the new self-lacing silhouette. When it drops, the sleek runner will arrive in a few distinctive colorways, including the understated iteration that we took on-feet: “White/Blue.”
Monochrome black, grey and white accents are realized across the breathable mesh upper, with sturdy inset panels that hold the Adapt Huarache’s self-lacing system in place. Red text and blue squares are emblazoned around the tongue panel and motor at the core of the system, centered around an opaque shell that hides the iconic Huarache logo. The muted colorway allows for the wearer to transform the shoe by customizing the built-in LED lighting, one of many features controlled by the complementary app, which naturally also controls the FitAdapt lacing technology.
Check out the Adapt Huarache in detail above and expect it to hit the SNKRS and SNEAKRS apps on September 13.
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@Nike has unveiled its Adapt Huarache sneaker, seeing the classic 1991 shoe updated with brand new technologies. The stand-out feature is the addition of the FitAdapt self-lacing technology, which is run from a midfoot motor and is controlled by the Nike Adapt app. The first colorways of the Adapt Huarache sneaker are set to arrive on September 13, and will be available from select retailers as well as the SNKRS and SNEAKRS apps.⠀ Photo: Nike