Nike Air Footscape UK

Nike’s Air Footscape line is getting two new editions this month, by way of the Air Footscape Mid Utility. Sporting an exaggerated sock-like ankle collar, and the customary durable motion sole unit – with some slight upgrades – it is ready to help the wearer hike any path or climb any trail. Obviously built with utility in mind – like the name suggests – one iteration sports contour lines on its uppers with coordinates that point to the Watarium Museum right outside of Tokyo.
The Nike Air Footscape has been enjoying a bit of a resurgence lately, dropping in both the standard low-top and the mid-top Woven chukka silhouette in multiple colorways throughout the summer and fall. Now the Air Footscape Woven NM arrives in a look perfect for the fall season ahead, featuring an earthy blend of Sequoia green with light brown and sail threading for the signature basket weave paneling. The shoe also gets updated with a subtly patterned nylon upper with just a touch of leather for the heel tab. The “Sequoia” Air Footscape Woven NM is arriving now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Sneaker Politics.
Meanwhile, the other version has a durable quilted upper that should provide its wearer with additional warmth. Original Footscape typeface can be found across the toe of both selections, adding a touch of nostalgia to this release. Set your sights on a March 8th drop date, and expect pairs to arrive both in the States and in Japan.

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