The Nike Air Flight Huarache "Black/Lyon Blue" is Returning

Last seen back in 2015.

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Following word of an upcoming “Photon Dust” release, we are now learning about the return of the Nike Air Flight Huarache “Black/Lyon Blue.” Last seen back in 2015, the two-tone take on Tinker Hatfield and Eric Avar‘s footwear design will be arriving sometime this Holiday season.

The Nike Air Flight Huarache “Black/Lyon Blue” features black nubuck uppers paired with matching mesh and contrasting blue neoprene. Aside from the inner bootie, the paneled design is accented by molded heel cages that introduce the branding on the shoe. Branding elements include the Huarache tongue badges, “NIKE AIR” at the rear, and printed insoles. Finishing up the design of the shoe are Air-assisted black midsoles with contrasting blue rubber outsole segments.

Priced at $125 USD, the Nike Air Flight Huarache “Black/Lyon Blue” is now set to release in the coming months.

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