Now, it branches out with a refreshed build of the sneaker that sees its typical mesh replaced with ripstop. Its color composition similarly explores new territory with coral orange leather overlays joined by a complementary soft pink. A rugged gum sole built to withstand the elements backs the look while its midsole favors a fabric cover in a pink and white checkered pattern. Joining the pink ripstop base, the leather mudguard features a prominent pattern with typical Nike and Air branding sprinkled in throughout. Lastly, the midsole’s medial heel carries illegible text that mimics the finish of a blue ballpoint pen, possibly pointing towards the colorway’s inspiration.
As of now, no release information for this ripstop-backed colorway of the Nike Air Humara has surfaced. It’s currently expected to land on shelves in the coming months via Nike and select retailers at a starting price of $160 USD.
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