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Nike Air Huarache ‘Scream Green’ sneaker

Sneaker News #25 – Nike Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Air Huarache

Welcome to Sneaker News #25. Nike is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Tinker Hatfield’s iconic Air Huarache by taking it back to basics with one of its first-ever colourways. It’s a big week for Nike in general with new takes on the Dunk and Overbreak while Jordan is also offering new colourways of the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 3. New Balance and Reebok also have some classic offerings while Adidas is continuing its A-ZX series. Check it all out below.

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Nike Air Huarache ‘Scream Green’

The Nike Air Huarache is marking its 30th anniversary by going back to its original colourway – the White / Scream Green / Royal Blue / Black. All four colours combine on the upper with white leather meeting neoprene. The classic chiselled midsole is also there with a bright green logo on the bottom. Fans of Nike designer Tinker Hatfield will no doubt be clambering to celebrate the 30th anniversary. They can do so by keeping an eye on Nike and Incu over the next week or so.

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Air Jordan 1 Zoom ‘Paris St. Germain’

The Air Jordan 1 colourways keep rolling in fast and this time it’s getting a Parisian football take. The ‘Paris St. Germain’ slightly tweaks the materials going with a soft suede alongside microfibre lining. There’s also an upgraded full-length Zoom cushioning underfoot which may have something to do with the slightly higher price point. The main event here though is the pop of purple Neon on the upper – a tip to the French football club.

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Nike Overbreak ‘Fossil’

The Overbreak is set to be one of Nike’s most sought after shoes this year. The upcoming collab with Jun Takashi’s UNDERCOVER has hypebeasts more excited than ever about the Overbreak. The ‘Fossil’ isn’t a collab but there’s still plenty to be excited about including the partially hidden giant Swoosh and the red leather accents. As always, the experimental midsole is an eye-catcher. They’re set to drop 20th February at Nike.

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Nike Dunk ‘Curry’

Let’s be honest, at this point, it wouldn’t be a sneaker news without a new Dunk colourway. These ones are a little more muted than the bold colours that dominated early ‘21 Dunk drops. They feature neutral hues of brown and beige with the upper combining both suede and leather. Expect them to sell out very quickly when they go on sale on 19th February at Nike.

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adidas ZX 9000 YCTN

adidas is carrying on with its A-ZX series, offering up a new ZX colourway for every letter of the alphabet. This one represents the letter Y and is an inventive take on the classic moccasin silhouette. Suede collides with nubuck leather as the moccasin is represented by a removable fringe. It’s a mostly black affair but it does feature a cream midsole. Get them when they drop at adidas on 18th February.

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Nike Air Jordan 3 ‘Cool Grey’

The Air Jordan 3 has been tipped by many to be one of the key silhouettes this year. The ‘Cool Grey’ suggest they might be right. It’s a revival of a colourway that last saw the light of day in 2007 which is likely to excite sneaker diehards. The colour remains relatively unchanged but the materials have been given a significant boost. Premium leather adorns the upper and is joined by elephant print overlays and a pop of orange for the eyelets. Get them on 20th February at Nike.

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Reebok BB 4000 x Dime

Montreal skateboarding brand Dime has another collaboration with Reebok and it’s a subtle take on the BB 4000. The Dime branding takes to the tongue of the blue and white colourway while also featuring as a tag on the upper. Get them from Up There store right now.

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New Balance 1300 CLW

If you’re looking for the best-made, everyday shoes around the 1300 CLW is the one. The heritage sneakers boast a retro aesthetic, keeping things muted when it comes to the colourway with hues of grey and cream. The impressive characteristics here comes with the materials though. These are from a premium collection and they house premium leather alongside pig suede and mesh. They’re up on New Balance right now.

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