Nike Air Footscape Free Motion | New Colorways

By - April 8th, 2010

Nike Air Footscape Free Motion | New Colorways

Easily identifiable by the strategic and deliberate repositioning of lace system to the side, the http://nike.com”>Nike Air Footscape Free Motion is essentially the hybrid of three wonderful technologies from Nike– the Nike Footscape silhouette, the ultra-lightweight Nike Flywire Technology, and the Nike Free grooved sole. It is no wonder that this shoe is not only designed for, but also favored by modern day runners who have laced up and never looked back.

This season, new colorways of the Nike Air Footscape Free Motion joins the ranks of previous colors, providing urban runners with more stylistic choices. Just dropped are the black and yellow version which looks a lot like Livestrong shoes, and a clean, summery white and blue pair whose images appeared on the web sometime this past February. Like the other previous Nike Air Footscape Free Motion, these not only comes with an asymmetrical lace system, but they also spot a lightweight mesh and Flywire upper designed to mold and conform to the wearer’s feet. Instead of regular white soles, the new colorways sport colorful steps that match the Flywire panel.

These are available now at http://nikesportswear.jp”>Nike Sportswear Japan for the determined runners who can’t wait to take it to the streets in the gorgeous weather. via: http://warpweb.jp/pc/warpcrew/news/2010/04/nike_footscape.html”>Warp Web

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