We showed you an example of the new versions of the Nike Footscape Freemotion earlier in the month which upgrade the design of the sneaker while maintaining the sleek, asymmetrical look of the sneaker. Freshness got a chance to speak to Hiroshi Fujiwara during the Greater China Media Summit, and he showed us a sample of the reworked sneaker, called the Nike Air Footscape Motion. The motion in the title is likely due to the freesole, which allows for increased flexibility and responsiveness. The flywire included in the upper increases the support and torque control needed in a responsive running shoe.
The two fragment design models feature their logo on the tongue and heel pull tabs, and two distinct colorways. One features a tonal blue on blue upper that also uses a bit of sheen to suggests some gradation. The same approach is used in the purple colorway, as a white sole, tongue, and lining provide a contrast. Look for limited releases in Asia and America in the future.