After the first rerelease of the Nike Air Unlimited this past weekend, the Swoosh is back at it again, unveiling two more colorways of the sneaker made famous by NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson. One colorway in particular that's highly anticipated by sneakerheads is the all-wheat colorway of this basketball sneaker.

Scheduled to drop in the coming days, the Nike Air Unlimited "Wheat" takes its inspiration from the popular Timberland construction boot. Featuring flax suede throughout the upper of the shoes, this pair of sneakers also features hits of baroque brown sprinkled on the canvas. Rounding out the shoes look is a white midsole that sits atop of a gum outsole.

A few of the sneakers highlights include the dual strap overlays to help with lock down support and the shoes slip-on upper that provides a more secure canvas, a common feature on the Nike's classic Huarache sneaker.

The Nike Air Unlimited "Wheat" is set to hit Nike Basketball retailers and accounts on Saturday, Nov. 13, and will retail for a suggested price of $180.

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