Nike Air Huarache Surfaces With the "Hyper Grape" Motif

Tinker’s Sportswear design gets a classic makeover.

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It’s been 31 years since Tinker Hatfield and Nike debuted the Air Huarache to the world, and the fact that the silhouette continues to be a lifestyle staple in many people’s rotations today just proves the profound impact of its design. In 2022, the Sportswear model has been released in a flurry of new colorways, and now it’s adding this “Hyper Grape” rendition to its repertoire.

The top layer of these low-slung kicks alternates between leather overlays and the traditional neoprene bootie underneath. The former comes submerged in a crispy white hue while the latter is angelic at the toe boxes, wrapped in its titular tone atop the quarters and lower heels and outfitted in black around the throat and collars. Traditional cages are dressed with solid black finishes on the sides while the heel spoiler ushers in a touch more of “Hyper Grape.” Beneath all of that you’ll find the Air-loaded midsoles bereft of any coloring and the treading rounding everything together with a stealthy exterior.

You can likely find these dropping via Nike and select retailers soon for the standard $125 USD price point.

In other news, HYPEBEAST took a deep dive into Nike Running’s astounding 50-year history.

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