Nike Huarache Mixes Old with New | STACK

Nike Huarache Mixes Old with New

January 30, 2012 | Tyler Lacoma

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Want to relive the glory days of the early 90s? Check out the new Nike Huarache lineup, back for 2012. It combines one of Nike's most popular throwback silhouettes with one of its top-selling innovations of the last few years.

If you're a fan of bright colors and classic Nikes, you won't want to miss the Nike Huarache Free. You'll not only find the look you like, you'll also get to check out the Nike Free's barefoot lite soles.

Although Nike doesn't make a true barefoot running shoe (like the adiPure Barefoot Trainer), the Free offers a barefoot feel with more protection and support. It's a hybrid shoe, offering many of the benefits of a barefoot trainer without looking out of place on the basketball court.

Can Huarache and the other 2012 Free models win you over to Nike's sort of-barefoot concept? What about the mix-and-match hybrid style? Check out the new colorways, in stores this spring.

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