Following a good run in 2014, the Nike Air Huarache reaches another milestone with its inclusion in the brand’s customization service, NIKEiD, available from today onward.
The Nike Air Huarache, designed by Tinker Hatfield, first hit the market back in 1991 and enjoyed an incredible run last year. Cashing in on its popularity, Nike has added the silhouette to its sneaker customization service, NIKEiD, and will be taking orders from January 20th.
Customization options are aplenty thanks to the variety of materials and patterns to choose from. For instance, select either synthetic leather, mesh or OG mesh for the vamp upper, and combine it with the safari print overlay for a truly unique look. There are also three options for the heel straps: OG, solid color and clear.
As you already know, the NIKEiD service* is not applicable to customers to Singapore and the Southeast Asian region, but you can still give the customization process a try here. If having your own customized Huarache is a matter of life and death, it’s time to seek out that pal with the powerful overseas hookup.
*According to Nike’s website, NIKEiD products are available for purchase in the US, Europe, China, and Japan. Pricing and product availability varies by country.