Nike Air Humara Gets Ready for the Warmer Seasons With "Violet Hash"

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Nike is gearing up for the warmer months and the upcoming spring and summer outdoor activities with the new “Violet Ash” colorway for its Air Humara. The shoe, which was originally released in 1996, has has a revival in the past year.

The new hue is tailored to the upcoming seasons, arriving in a mix of violet ash, elemental gold, baroque brown and black colors. The palette highlights the canvas upper and suede overlays. The Swoosh is accented in leather and two-toned stitching on the laces give the shoe its unique look. The sneaker also features double pull tabs on the tongues and heel and to round it off it has a textile-wrapped midsole with a black rubber outsole for sturdiness and practicality for outdoor-focused activities.

Look out for the Nike Air Humara “Violet Ash” arriving in select retailers and online at Nike for $160 USD in Summer 2024.

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