Don’t you just love it when companies revisit their older catalogs? Not all practice this but most sports apparel manufacturers normally do. For example, we have Nike as it digs around their sneaker archives to bring us the Air Huarache in its OG Resin colorway. Once more, this is an awesome opportunity to add one to your collection.

The shoe made its debut in 1991 and the silhouette was penned by the legendary Tinker Hatfield. Currently, he is the Swoosh’s Vice President for Design and Special Projects. This retro pair of kicks are sure to fire up nostalgia in those who copped the original and want to keep them mint in the box for now.

Despite being more than 30 years old, the aesthetics remain as timeless as ever. People will gladly rock these bad boys even today. Nike presents the Air Huarache Resin with a plush neoprene upper. The chromatic combo here is white, green, and gold with color-matching stitching.

Framing the synthetic material are white leather overlays that function as mudguards and lace cages. The Air Huarache by Nike text and emblem are in white against a black background to form the tongue badge. They’re shipping with Resin with white flat shoelaces.

The lining at the collar transitions from green to gold, while the sockliner is green with a gold Nike International logo. Next up is the signature heel cage in black on both sides with a blue “NIKE” branding at the rear. The Air Huarache Resin features a white midsole over a black outsole and shows a debossed “AIR” script on the heel. No exact release date is available as of this writing.

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