Nike’s Nike Huarache Ultra has been on the receiving end of a hefty overhaul, coming through with a shiny new ‘Palm Green’ colourway. The silhouette ditched the traditional leather panelling of the Hua, opting for modern materials and a lightweight design instead. The green base is overlaid with a white lace structure and heel strap that pops out like a bleached exoskeleton –while they keep your feet safe and secure.The Huarache Ultra expertly toes the line between runner and sneakersock by coupling a comfy bootie with minimal supports. Mesh as thin and wispy as a cocktail umbrella is there to keep your foot ventilated, while the membrane that covers it will ensure nothing pierces the hull. The rest of the shoe is a colourful affair, with army green on the rear and a midsole of bright white Phylon.
The Nike Huarache Prezzo takes the classic Hua silhouette and elevates it with a high-cut collar. The revamped construction sees the sneaker forgo laces altogether for a central zip, strengthening the composition and pushing stylistically towards sneakerboot territory. The black leather iteration is accented by watermelon-like hits of tropically-charged ‘Hot Punch’ and ‘Electro Green’ lighting the midsole and iconic heel strap.Sometimes all you need in your life is a little black and a little white. Still looking as good off foot as they do below on-foot, you can add End Clothing to your list of retailers with these Huarache Lights on hand right now.The Nike Stauncharachi Light arrives in another serious, so serious colourway. It’s a black attack, with black on black on black dusted with a little bit of speckle on the midsole and laces to provide a pop of light. Do you like? They’re even tougher than you might think, the usual synthetic suede rand is actually super tough rubber on this edition. Spot these on security guards soon.
There’s an entirely new breed of lifestyle running options from Nike that have been gunning for the throne lately. At the front of the pack is the Nike Air Huarache Prezzo, and we’ve really got to take our hats off to the Utitlity, it does an impressive job or capturing the original vibes of our beloved Air Huarache, with enough new design and tech packed in to enable it to stand tall as a potential future classic. This ‘Pure Platinum’ make-up is just one of a handful of colour-ups already infiltrating the market, and priced at roughly 140 USD, it’s a solid option to ease your feet into the new look.And the rollout continues for the Nike Huarache Utility. After laying our eyes on the ‘Gym Red’ and ‘Triple Black’ editions earlier today, we get our third look-in at the new silhouette with this ‘Pure Platinum’ make-up. All the visual hoorah is coming from the camo pattern that adorns the neoprene bootie, but if you take a minute to really inspect these things you will find that the midsole in itself is quite an impressive piece of work visually. So far there is no rock-solid release date, but our sources tell us these have already started selling in certain spots globally, so keep your eyes peeled and stay tuned for more info to come.
Nike’s prolific Nike Air Max 90 Essential gets a slimmed down Ultra reconstruction and some fresh paint in neutral tones for this March drop. The very much loved 90 has consistently kept it popping since its debut– effortlessly preserving relevance across a 25-year span– and now the Ultra 2.0 Essential update sees the silhouette reduced to a lighter load. A seamless no-sew construction melds the mesh and synthetic leather components, and the chunky Max sole has been traded in for the super lightweight Ultra version. In clean shades of pale, khaki and white, these are just as light in colourway as they are in build.There are mere days until the release of the Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Flyknit ‘Infrared’, so we thought we’d tantalise your tastebuds and set your toes tingling with an up close on foot look – the classic colourway and its modern materials have been paired with perfection.
The lightweight Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Br is the latest silhouette to get dipped in a combat-ready colour, dropping in ‘Militia Green’. The olive-hued Max sports a grey-dipped toe box and accents, breaking up its tonal upper. ‘Poison Green’ beams from the beefy Air bubble.Nike have refined a veteran of their Air Max line by using new age technologies to shed some of its weight. The bulky AM90 has evolved into the Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 – a sneaker with all the classic sensibilities of the original, but none of the excess. Under the proverbial hood, an Ortholite sockliner gives support while a dual density foam midsole works with an Air-equipped heel to provide unparalleled comfort. Drape all this in a timeless black and white colourway, and the decision is a no-brainer.