By Aaron Hope · Published Mar 25th, 2012
We’ve known for twenty-one years that Nike’s Huarache runner can handle the exuberant colorways that typified its era of origin. And this spring, we’ve seen the updated Nike Huarache Free Run excel in the uniquely simple colors and blocking patterns that historians will use to recall the current day. Here’s further proof of this model’s perfect adaptation to today, a tonal red drop that’s so skillfully balanced that the fade from bright Scarlet Fire to black seems about as perfect a fade as you’d get this side of a the gradients on modern synthetic performance builds. A key element of this expert blend is the dual-colored mesh that came on a couple of the recent B-Ball drops; how do these compare to the best we’ve seen from both Huarache revivals? Leave a comment after the jump when you click through to see more images before buying at NikeStore.
Nike Huarache Free Run
Black/Black-Red Mahogany-Scarlet Fire
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