Nike's Air Footscape NM Gets a "Dragon Red" Makeover

Highlighted by a fiery red denim-like upper.

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Having hit shelves in an outdoors-inspired “Camper” colorway that’s perfect for the fall season ahead, Nike’s Air Footscape NM is back this month in yet another autumnal look. A counterpart of sorts to the aforementioned “Camper” release, these come in a fiery “Dragon Red,” replacing the blue denim-like upper of their predecessors with a similar textile in red. Other changes include the likes of a lighter red hue for the inner bootie while the toe comes in olive green suede.

Capped off with black accents and the silhouette’s usual flexible white sole unit, the “Dragon Red” Air Footscape NM is available now from Nike Sportswear spots like Titolo. Footscape fans will also be happy to know that “Iced Jade” and “Sequoia” colorways are on the way for the silhouette later this fall.

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