A HUARACHE FOR THE SEVENTH GENERATION.
Taking inspiration from the original Huarache Run, the Nike Air Huarache City Utility Premium N7 honors both Nike's heritage and the proud history of Native American and Aboriginal peoples. With removable straps across the midfoot and heel, you can customize this icon to fit your aesthetic.
Air-Sole unit provides cushioning.
Inner-sleeve construction gives a snug, flexible fit.
Low-top silhouette enhances mobility around the ankle.
Patterned TPU midfoot shank delivers iconic Huarache style and a pop of vibrant color.
Designed by Tinker Hatfield and released in 1991, the Nike Air Huarache shook up the running world. The idea behind the design was a bold one: to combine the functionality of South American sandals with the fit of neoprene waterski boots. The risk paid off. The Air Huarache was such a hit that it soon found its way to basketball courts and then the streets, where it earned its status as an icon.
Shown: Anthracite/University Red/Gum Light Brown/Light Cream
Since 2009, Nike's N7 program has provided millions of dollars of support to Native American and Aboriginal youth sports programs, helping boys and girls experience teamwork and leadership. The program is driven by Native American wisdom of the Seven Generations: In every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the seventh generation. The ultimate goal of Nike N7 is to consider this impact and to help Native American and Aboriginal youth recognize their proud history and build on it for a triumphant future.