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NIKE HACHI ND QS

Dropping at Fatlace SF in a few. The Nike Hachi will soon take over the position of the Nike Toki Mid as the go-to lifestyle silhouette fit for any unique style of sneaker choices.

It’s got a classic vulc-sole, but with minute details that add a spicy flair to an otherwise simple looking shoe, and the suede uppers are matched with a nylon material at the swoosh panel for a nice touchy-feely contrast. The lace-placket edge also features a jagged finish, with singular perforations lining going around the toe. The upper lace eyelets also have a hiking-boot D-ring construction, but the Hachi is without a doubt better suited for a casual night out than a rugged terrain. These two new QS release of the Nike Hachi ND will hit our SF store and we’ll let you know when it drops!

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