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Dropping for the first time since 2019, the archival trail running sneaker will hit stores in December through two colorways made in collaboration with Undefeated. A “Black” edition keeps the design relatively simple with its namesake color interrupted sparingly through white and grey accents along with a speckled sole unit and a lone hit of blue coming from an Undefeated hang tag on the lateral Swoosh. Much more lively is the “Arceho Brown” pair, the exotic name of which belies more blue accenting to go along with dynamic tan, white, and grey color-blocking.
Both iterations play with texture through the use of smooth and pebbled leather, suede with two different levels of shag, mesh, and a tire tread-like heel counter — the latter of which is unique to Undefeated’s take on the model and packs co-branding at the center of its studs. Undefeated’s roman numeral logo is interpolated in the Nike Trail logo on the mustache, tongue, and insole while its “Play Dirty” motto is spelled out just beneath the medial and lateral sides’ upper-most eyelet.
Like its predecessor in the Air Humara, the Air Terra Humara made its debut in 1997 while taking inspiration from the technical aesthetic of motorcycle wheels. And despite both being intended as trail runners, the two models took off in the lifestyle space as well and have been brought back a number of times by the Swoosh.
The Undefeated x Nike Air Terra Humara is scheduled to release this Saturday, Dec. 2, exclusively through Undefeated’s website and physical stores. Pricing has not yet been announced.
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