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Nike Adapt Huarache: When and where you can shop



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If you're looking for a statement sneaker inspired by Back to the Future, we think Nike's Adapt Huarache may be exactly what you need.

The start of 2019 saw the official global launch of the Adapt BB sneakers. The highly-anticipated sneaker technology from Nike was loved by many. Why were they, and are, still so popular? The self-lacing sneakers provide support, breathability and adjust to the movements of your feet. Now, Nike is back and better than ever. Introducing the Adapt technology in a more unique and statement silhouette, Huarache.

Release date: 13 September, though this could be a later date for Australian stockists.

Where to buy: Nike online. Or, you can head on over to some of our favourite stockists like THE ICONIC, Platypus Shoes and JD Sports.

Price: Approximately $500.

This is the first time we have seen the Adapt technology reach lifestyle sneakers, and we are seriously impressed. Previously, there was a major focus on performance and what the technology can do for athletes. By choosing the Huarache style, Nike is keeping streetwear and the everyday uniform in mind.

Nike's Adapt technology is all about having the perfect fit. The goal is to create a shoe that moves with your foot. The Huarache sneakers have built-in motor and cables, and these can be adjusted via buttons on the shoe or through the Nike Adapt app.

There are two fabulous colourways to choose from and they both make a loud statement. Take your pick between the white and black iteration or the yellow and black version. The white and black features a monochromatic palette of black, grey and white accents against a multi-panel background. For a touch of colour, the Nike logo is dressed in a vibrant red and blue.

On the other hand, the yellow and black sneaker is totally cool and unique. The bold yellow mesh creates the perfect backdrop for the stark white lettering. Both styles feature built-in LED lighting, which can also be controlled via the Nike Adapt app.



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Keen to read more sneaker content? Or maybe you are just obsessed with all things Nike? We've got you covered! The highly-anticipated Air Jordan 34's were announced and we cannot wait to get our hands on them. Alternatively, if pastel colour is more your style, you need to check out the new purple colourway of the React Element 55.

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