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Nike Air Huarache “Hyper Pink”

Tinker Hatfield‘s classic Air Huarache continues to turn up at Nike Sportswear retailers – particularly those in Europe – as the Swoosh drops a “Hyper Pink” edition of the retro runner. Pairing a predominately bright pink neoprene bootie with synthetic ash-colored overlays, the release sees a contrasting Air-cushioned white midsole alongside “Dusty Cactus” accents – previously seen on the likes of the “Menthol” Air Max 93 – on the tongue’s branding badge and the silhouette’s signature TPU “cage.” The Hyper Pink/Duty Cactus-Medium Ash edition of the Air Huarache can be picked up now via Berlin’s Overkill.

  Author: T.S. Fox  /  Source:  Sneaker Freaker

swiph:

Nike Air Huarache “Hyper Pink”

Tinker Hatfield‘s classic Air Huarache continues to turn up at Nike Sportswear retailers – particularly those in Europe – as the Swoosh drops a “Hyper Pink” edition of the retro runner. Pairing a predominately bright pink neoprene bootie with synthetic ash-colored overlays, the release sees a contrasting Air-cushioned white midsole alongside “Dusty Cactus” accents – previously seen on the likes of the “Menthol” Air Max 93 – on the tongue’s branding badge and the silhouette’s signature TPU “cage.” The Hyper Pink/Duty Cactus-Medium Ash edition of the Air Huarache can be picked up now via Berlin’s Overkill.

  Author: T.S. Fox  /  Source: Sneaker Freaker
When I was in high school, I had a pretty bad chemical burn on my face that resulted in 2nd degree burns. The correcting/healing process took over 2 years so within that time I wore heavy makeup to conceal it and dreaded going to school or performing… Even talking to people. Most people thought of me as a “stuck up bitch” but I preferred that over letting people get close enough to know, or worse, see what was really going on.                                   I’m letting you know that because I learned the best truth about life as a woman through that situation: beauty is fleeting. Don’t let your confidence take root in your appearance. Not only will you age but accidents happen and trends die (I can remember when flat asses were in style… Well, within mainstream media’s standards). Don’t let that be all you have because true beauty comes from who you are at your core. When you are living within God’s will for your life, when you are loving and generous and kind not for profit, when you love yourself, when you are at peace you are beautiful.                                 And that beauty doesn’t need any gimmick or decoration. It exists without any recognition needed.

When I was in high school, I had a pretty bad chemical burn on my face that resulted in 2nd degree burns. The correcting/healing process took over 2 years so within that time I wore heavy makeup to conceal it and dreaded going to school or performing… Even talking to people. Most people thought of me as a “stuck up bitch” but I preferred that over letting people get close enough to know, or worse, see what was really going on. I’m letting you know that because I learned the best truth about life as a woman through that situation: beauty is fleeting. Don’t let your confidence take root in your appearance. Not only will you age but accidents happen and trends die (I can remember when flat asses were in style… Well, within mainstream media’s standards). Don’t let that be all you have because true beauty comes from who you are at your core. When you are living within God’s will for your life, when you are loving and generous and kind not for profit, when you love yourself, when you are at peace you are beautiful. And that beauty doesn’t need any gimmick or decoration. It exists without any recognition needed.