The Nike Air Huarache Run broke down boundaries upon its release in the early ’90s, both in terms of design and performance, while also neatly embodying the ethos of the brand. The absence of the Swoosh trademark, coupled with a structural design inspired by South American sandals, paved the way for a new generation of athletes. Nowadays, the shoe is a nice reminder of that particularly fertile era of the Nike design lab, and a simple colorway like this one — rendered in varying shades of Graphite and a complementary hit of Bright Crimson on the outsole — nicely shows off the simple brilliance contained in the shoe. The Nike Air Huarache Run FB “Graphite” is available now at select Nike retailers.
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