Nike’s “Nai-Ke” project nods to the brand’s first batch of shoes made in China decades ago. This week, the Air Footscape Woven has surfaced as a part of the series, coming next year.
Last year Nike introduced the Nai-Ke series, a project inspired by the brand’s arrival across Asia over thirty years ago. The first batch came in early 2022, and marked forty years of manufacturing in China, recalling the original material and color samples they ordered in the 1980s. Now, the project has evolved, adding more silhouettes with complex detailing like the woven Air Force 1 from this Spring. This week, the Air Footscape Woven has joined the series, sporting a smooth new color scheme. The upper’s suede pieces come in Sail white, with a muted purple leather inner lining. The woven pieces feature shades of purple, olive, and brown across the nylon segments, while a white midsole completes the palette. This pair features wooden lace ornaments with ‘Nai-Ke’ on either end, the phonetic spelling of their brand name in Chinese.
NIKE AIR FOOTSCAPE WOVEN ‘NAI-KE’ RELEASE INFORMATION
Nike’s upcoming ‘Nai-Ke’ edition of the Air Footscape Woven has not been announced for release yet, but we expect to see them roll out early next year, likely in February 2024. Dressed in off-white suede with a muted multicolor woven element, this pair will likely be available from both the SNKRS app and select retailers, with an estimated price tag of $160. Check out the official images of the new style below, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news.
Nike Air Footscape Woven
Release Date: 2024
Style Code: FV3615-191