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Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka Free Motion ’3HC’ – Black – White

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It’s quite tough to categorize this shoe. Is it a lifestyle shoe? Is it an athletic shoe? Is it part of a costume from a movie set in outer space? The Air Footscape Woven is a combination of two of Nike’s most peculiar yet coveted designs ever created. There’s a certain flavor about ’em that you can’t quite put your finger on, but once you get your feet in ’em, it’s like an inexplicable harmony that can only exist between man and shoe. With its wide toe base, skewed lacing set-up, woven uper, and now featuring a lightweight polka-dot texturized upper material and a Free-grooved outsole, the Air Footscape Woven Chukka Free Motion is certainly ‘up there’ among the weirdest shoe designs ever. There’s no denying that these will be a hit in select regions, so expect them in March if you’ve been looking forward to them since the last time we showed them to you. More detailed images await you so take a look and let us know what you think. via Kickscrew.

Style: 443686-001
Color: Black/White