Nike Wraps the Air Footscape Magista FC in "Deep Burgundy"

It’s perhaps the sleekest iteration to date.

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There are only a handful of takes on the Nike Air Footscape Magista silhouette with a sleek “Midnight Turquoise” colorway having made waves this past July. This time, Nike Sportswear wraps the FC high-top model in a “Deep Burgundy” colorway and it has to be the most debonair iteration to date. Each pair is swathed in premium Flyknit material for unrivaled comfort and features the dominant red hue alongside black accents on the Swoosh, heel and midsole.

The Nike Air Footscape Magista Flyknit FC “Deep Burgundy” is set to release October 3.

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