Nike Revives Its 1989 Hiking-Inspired Lahar Boot

A classic outdoors silhouette with a sleek new low-profile.

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Delving deep into its brand archives, Nike has opted to revive its 1989 Lahar Escape Boot for its latest Fall/Winter 2020 women’s offering.

Following last year’s Air Max 90 NRG pack that also drew inspiration from the retro hiking boot, Nike now reimagines the robust silhouette in a black or “Wheat” colorway.

Dubbed the Lahar Low, each boot has been trimmed to form a low-profile shoe, each of which adorns heavy-duty leather and heritage-inspired details on an upper that sits atop a durable black midsole.

An embroidered Nike Swoosh is housed on the side wall of each boot, while the thick rugged laces and metal eyelets remain in-keeping with the boot’s hiking and outdoors roots.

Nike’s Lahar Low will be available from January 2 via NIKE SNKRS, retailing at $130 USD.

In other news, size? and adidas Originals has wrapped up its “Anniversary City Series” with a Johannesburg-themed sneaker.

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