In a similar make-up to the OG “Scream Green” colorway, this “Bright Mango” pair is actually predominantly white. The white leather makes up the toe box, sidewalls, and mid-panels, before being intersected with white mesh on the toe box and vamp section.
Purple has been used to make the tongue stand out against the white leather and mesh base, before leading up to the collar which is also colored in purple padded neoprene. At the rear, you’ll find a purple neoprene heel section, which splits up the rather small touch of “Bright Mango” on the sneaker.
This tone appears on the mid-panel but leaning more towards the rear-quarter, matching the “NIKE”-branded heel clip that’s also partly black on the sides of the shoe. In honor of the shoe’s 30th anniversary, it comes with a true-to-original shape and a sole unit that perfectly chunky yet refined where needed, while retro tongue tags and insole branding round out this Tinker Hatfield-designed pair.
Nike’s Air Huarache “Bright Mango” is to open for a draw at retailers such as Sevenstore today at 12:15 p.m. GMT (7:15 a.m. ET), and will cost $167 USD. Take a closer look at the pair above.
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