Nike Unveils a "Blue Jay" Colorway for the Air Footscape Woven Nm

Nike’s newest addition won’t have you feeling blue.

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As the summer begins to wind down, Nike is still pumping out new models and colorways of sneakers designed to be worn during the warmer months. Of those released include a new “Blue Jay” colorway of the Air Footscape Woven Nm. The low top runner features a lightweight woven material used for the upper, designed with comfort and breathability in mind. Different shades of blue are mixed into the pattern, as well as a few neutral shades on top of the black body. Everything sits atop a white textured rubber sole, with a hit of blue right below the heel.

The Nike Air Footscape Woven Nm in “Blue Jay” is available now through Afew for €160 EUR (about $190 USD). Be sure to also check out some of the model’s other colorways, including the “Sequoia” and “Wolf Grey” iterations.

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