Nike Sportswear has a new, sophisticated approach to the Nike Air Footscape Woven. While previous iterations of the shoes have color-blocked the body with a woven wave of ribbon through the side, such as last year’s “Nai-ke” and “Rainbow” editions, the brand’s latest additions to the lineup tone things down with monochromic colorways.
Due to arrive in Spring 2024, the Air Footscape Woven – which has previously been constructed out of suede and leather – now comes in a hemp-like material. The textile gives a lighter, more natural look to the shoe and as the climate warms in the coming months, offers more ventilation for the wearer.
Along with the material differentiating it from the typical sneaker, the colorways are seemingly geared toward those shopping for a more elevated sneaker.
The Air Footscape Woven comes in “Sesame,” “Phantom” and “White” colorways, the first two of which are variations of a light beige shade. The ribbons and a suede tongue match the color of the sneaker. A white sole with a beige bottom rounds out the design for a clean, simple look.
Priced at $160 USD, the Nike Air Footscape Woven in “Sesame,” “Phantom” and “White” is expected to launch sometime this Spring.