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Nike Goes Back to the Basics With the Air Huarache “Off Noir”

Nike recently treated Liverpool fans to a special Air Huarache collaboration that featured the club’s iconic chequered trim from the 2021/22 third kit. To continue celebrating the shoe’s 30th-anniversary, the Swoosh will release a no-nonsense “Off Noir” colorway that captures the timeless essence of this iconic silhouette. The all-black base is made with a neoprene and nubuck mixture, while the white branding on the tongue, midsole and insoles give a pleasing contrast.Designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield, the Huarache was ahead of its time in both quality and construction. Contemporary, yet classic, the sneaker feels just as forward-facing today as it did in 1991. The Nike Air Huarache “Off Noir” will retail for $120 USD and be available via Nike and select retailers on November 13. In case you missed it, the Air Max 95 has been updated with warm fall colors.

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Nike Air Max 97 Is Set to Get the “Safari” Treatment

For a decade filled with iconic silhouettes, Nike’s Air Max 97 is certainly amongst the best. The sneaker will be celebrating its 25th anniversary next year and to mark the event, the Swoosh will be re-releasing the original “Silver Bullet” model, along with a brand new “Safari” iteration.The latter comes equipped with a flashy black-and-white safari print that constitutes much of the upper and insoles. The leather that is usually present on the mudguard is replaced with a waxy black material, which is complemented with a subtle hit of red to the tongue, 3M reflective flair on the laces, along with a Sail midsole and black rubber outsole.The safari print has become a staple pattern for the Swoosh for many years, with recent additions including an Air Max 90 and CR7 Mercurial Superfly. Thus far, there is no official release date for the Nike Air Max 97 “Safari,” but fans can expect to purchase the sneaker for $170 USD when it drops sometime in 2022.In other sneaker news, take an official look at the Air Jordan 11 “Animal Instinct.”

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Nike Adds an Earthy “Brown Kelp” Colorway to the Free Terra Vista

Nike recently unveiled a new hiking silhouette known as the Free Terra Vista, as part of its “Move to Zero” campaign. To follow the “Black Canvas” colorway, the Swoosh adds an earthy iteration made of Brown Kelp, Sequoia, and Pink Glaze accents.In an effort to promote sustainability, the sneaker is made up of 20% recycled content by weight and comes equipped with breathable mesh fabric throughout the tongue, upper and mid panels. The Grind rubber heel counter and rugged canvas toe box are complemented with Free tooling in the midsole and a rugged outsole for optimal traction to endure the trails ahead. Bringing the shoe together is a snug wool sockliner, Flyleather overlays and matching Pink Glaze laces to complete the look.From the mountains to the streets, the Nike Free Terra Vista is made with the Earth in mind. The “Brown Kelp” colorway will release for $120 USD on November 11 via Nike and select retailers. In related news, take a peek at the Off-White™ x Nike Air Force 1 Mid in black.

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