In 1991, Nike released the Air Huarache, a sneaker that has become a time-test favorite among collectors. Worn by sneaker legends like Jerry Seinfeld and Michael Jordan, the Tinker Hatfield-designed has been the inspiration behind many new designs, and the sportswear giant has done it again with the Nike Air Huarache Utility "Iridescent."
The Air Huarache Utility takes the foundation of the original Huarache and reworked it with more solid upper and a thicker outsole. While not being as rugged as the Nike ACG Air Mowabb, another sneaker with Huarache roots, the Air Huarache Utility is perfect for fans looking for more relaxed fit. The mostly black sneaker features an iridescent mudguard that wraps around the toe and sides. Hits of Bright Crimson add more color to the already flashy sneaker.
While these are scheduled to release in October, there is not yet an official release date.