This colorway was one of the first to release in 2014 as a reintroduction to the classic Tinker Hatfield designed running shoe. As the nickname suggests, the shoe has a blackout theme across the entire shoe, except the branding on the tongue and insole. The success of the model contrasts the initial release of the silhouette, as the Huarache didn’t pick up much steam when it slowly released in 1991. You can see the full backstory of the Air Huarache model at this article.
In terms of materials and technology, the shoe boasts a soft, Phylon midsole with heel and forefoot Zoom Air units for responsiveness. The upper is made up of a black nubuck, while the toe box, tongue and the connected inner bootie is made up of neoprene.