Nike Nods to New York City With This Air Huarache "Run NYC" Coloway

A Big Apple-inspired graphic is fittingly printed on the insoles.

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When marathon season is on the horizon, Nike has a tendency of manufacturing special footwear styles both for its running and lifestyle categories to honor various cities that host the epic 26.2-mile event. In 2022, the brand has elected to shine a light on New York City with an Air Huarache “Run NYC” colorway, and it has just been officially unveiled.

Vivid accents are the main attractions on this low-cut Sportswear installment as the neoprene base layers come fitted with a punchy pink, the toe boxes are adorned with a golden yellow outer, the heel cages are dripped in a bold teal tone and the interior liners a splashed with a bright orange hue. Neutral hits also get some action here as the nubuck overlays are done up in a muted white while the tongues and exterior of the bootie come submerged in black. The most overt nod to the Big Apple is found on the insoles as they come printed with Empire State Building and bridge graphics along with the words “5 Borough Tour.”

Peep a closer look a the pair up above and note that these should be hitting the Nike online store in the coming weeks.

For other news, an UNDEFEATED x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Multi-Patent” colorway has appeared.

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