Nike Lahar Low: Built for city adventures

Nike updates one of its beefiest footwear ever from the ‘80s, the Lahar Escape Boots, into a fashionable trail-inspired sneaker. The women-exclusive Nike Lahar Low features the classic rugged elements with a modern twist built for the concrete jungle. 

The street-ready chunky style of the Lahar Low is dressed with a heavy-duty upper seating on top of an aggressive rubber outsole. Its trail-ready thick rope laces, meanwhile, provide quick adjustment while keeping the outdoorsy vibe. 

Score this if:

  • you prefer attention-grabbing sneakers to flaunt from glamping to quick city hikes. With its robust features, the Lahar Low creates a standout urban twist to your usual casual attire.
  • you have a penchant for a well-built grippy sole. With its aggressive lugs on its rubber outsole, this will let you enjoy slushes, puddles, and wet roads without worrying about slippage. 
  • throwback chunky footwear perks you up. The rugged boot-like outsole tooling plus the metallic eyelets are nods to Nike’s classic trail footwear.
  • durability is your game. It is built with heavy-duty materials that will let you enjoy this for an extended period. 

Facts / Specs

Style: Sneakerboots, Chunky
Top: Low
Inspired from: Hiking
Collection: Nike Acg
Closure: Laces
Material: Canvas, Rubber Sole, Suede / Fabric
Season: Fall, Spring

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