Tinker Hatfield, a legendary designer who joined Nike back in 1981, is responsible for creating one of the brand’s most iconic sneakers – the Nike Air Huarache. As spring approaches,, a new version of the timeless design is set to hit the shelves – the “White Phantom” colorway.
This time, Nike’s design team chose a crisp white hue as the base, which covers the neoprene layer. The model’s signature tooling remains unchanged, but the leather upper is now cast in a complementary “Phantom” tone. The white midsole and black tread provide a classic monochrome look, while the gold-toned heel tab and insole branding offer a touch of elegance. The inner lining pops with a blood-red sock liner, and the tongue tab features a combination of “Topaz” and “Stadium Green”.
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The Nike Air Huarache “White Phantom” is set to release in the coming months, and it will be available at select retailers and on Nike.com. The retail price for this sneaker is $125 USD.
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