The Nike Air Huarache Utility might be stealing the show as of late with its new 3M and Flywire savvy construction, but Nike Sportswear wants you to know that there’s nothing like a classic. 1991’s Nike Air Huarache is still releasing time and time again in interesting colorways, as this pair separates itself from the pack with a new tow-toned construction. The color blocking is as modern as they come and takes us back to Asics and New Balance retro running models that have an affection for blocking the toecap as a separate color from the rest of the body. Here a casual sandy tan lands on the neoprene mesh upper and synthetic heel overlay while an ominous black hits the toe and midsole. What results is an aesthetic perfect for the rest of fall. What do you think of the latest Huarache? Stay tuned for a stateside arrival in the coming weeks.