First things first: the Nike Air Huarache is yet another design by Tinker Hatfield, unfortunately outshined by many other in his own catalogue.
Nevertheless, and celebrating its 30th anniversary, the “Scream Green” is now retroed in a 1:1 format. The silhouette has successfully tried a revival a few years ago, and is now back for all avid aficionados. After the prosperous Stüssy collaboration, this OG iteration is sure making a buzz.
Originally released in 1991, the silhouette is sandal-inspired, boasting a bootie-like construction. It is dressed in neoprene, soft synthetic leather, mesh and delivered with TPU modules and accents. Noisy hues of “Royal Blue” and “Scream Green” round off this all-time favourite sneaker.
In addition, detailed tongues are also displayed, just like in its original format. They are still known due to their easy-on-and-off shape and built.
Making this event one of a kind, we have teamed up with Ivan Beslic to give you the opportunity to win a one-of-one painting – check out our Instagram account for more information.
In the meantime, watch out all our platforms to stay informed about this drop.
Ah! We almost forgot: “Have you hugged your foot today?”