5 Reasons we love Huaraches
We've given you the run down of our 5 favourite things that make the Nike Air Huarache a perennial classic, and all you need to do is pick out your next fresh pair.
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The Huarache ticks that box for everyone. From the early 90's all the way through to today the Huarache has been worn by all of our favourites, basketball legend Michael Jordan, the Fresh Prince himself Will Smith, Football sensation Cristiano Ronaldo, the chart-topping Drake & even supermodel Gigi Hadid have all been seen rocking their pairs.
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#2 - DESIGNED BY A LEGEND
These were designed by the very man who introduced Air Max to the world 30 years ago. From the court to the terrain, Sneaker legend Tinker Hatfield, took inspiration from Native South American sandals used in harsh mountainous environments, to create an all conditions sneaker with a striking look and perfect fit.
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#3 - HARD HITTING 90's STYLE
Get that classic 90's look with the runner that was undoubtedly the Flyknit Racer of its day. Bridging the gap between high-performance sports and street style with ease. It's a model that fits into any scenario, you can really wear with anything, and there's always a fresh colourway to match your newest fit.
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#4 - UNSTOPPABLE SPRING STYLE
The weather is changing, so it's time to refresh your look, go sock-less this spring with the Huarache. There's no better pair of kicks to get your ankles out and enjoy the sun in. Already equipped with a foot hugging fit, you're guaranteed comfort through those warmer months.
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#5 - 'HAVE YOU HUGGED YOUR FEET TODAY?'
The phrase first coined by Nike when released what was one of the brands most revolutionary silhouettes back in 1991. Combining a sock-like liner with a dynamic structured exoskeleton to give you a look and feel like no other.
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