Originally Posted by pdizzz
I was hoping that the video would answer one question I have had about the huarache for some time but it did not. Does anyone know the origin/inspiration for the Huarache logo on the shoe
Originally Posted by MF Gooze
I always just thought it was cool looking "H" that illustrates how it wraps around
I couldn't tell you the whole story but from what we know the logo was designed by ERIC AVAR and he sketched around 20 different logos before the finally H was chosen
There's possibly some truth to what @MF Gooze said in that the "huarache" or sandal wraps around your foot. The circular parts represent like a universal orbit. After all, this was the future in 1991 and this was a futuristic shoe ahead of it's time. So it had kinda a space element to it. If you look at the original add you'll know what I'm talking about. The objective was to take a primitive invention "huarache" and bring it to the future
Also the mexican huaraches were weaved together simialr to the H logo.
Also subliminally stands for Hatfield. Lol Just kidding.
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Edited by sddrum84 - 9/23/14 at 8:13pm