While the Nike Air Footscape is often overlooked, Olivia Kim revisits the model and brings forth a wild take. As part of the “No Cover” collection, the model acts as a time-capsule for 1990’s fashion and hip-hop.

Although the Nike Air Footscape was introduced in 1996, the model has seen success in various forms of design since. Now, the Nordstrom VP of Creative Projects embodies the aesthetics of New York during the ’90’s for a unique and nostalgic approach. Like its counterparts within the collection, this model parallels the fashion seen throughout New York and the style present. With a blend of vibrant colors and subtle details, the Nike Footscape by Olivia Kim represents her upbringing.

In addition to the zebra print, the silhouette dons a subtle faded color look that acts as a nod to the era which it represents. Slight hints of pink compliment the model with gray panels also visible throughout its heel. The Nike Footscape’s DNA remains intact with its lacing system and design. Sitting atop a cream sole, the women’s exclusive sneaker taps into its wild side for a fresh take.


Like the other models in her collection, the sneaker will release through Nordstrom October 31st with a wider release on November 8th. The Nike Footscape will retail at $150 and will release via SNKRS app and select retailers. Continue reading below for a detailed look at the model and as always, be sure to follow JustFreshKicks for all Nike related news.

Olivia Kim x Nike Air Footscape “No Cover”
Release Date: November 8th 2019
Price: $150 USD
Color: NA
Style Code: CK3321-100