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Nike Air Footscape Woven “Leopard”

Submitted by on April 28, 2011 – 9:15 amNo Comment

The footscape silhouette and Leopard-print patter employed by Nike on the Nike Air Footscape Woven “Leopard” are two very polarizing pieces. The footscape is one of the most interesting and ornate canvases Nike has developed to adorn a sneaker. The off-center laces, criss-cross stitching and, in this instance, Nike Free sole, look like they came straight out of the lab of Dr. Frankenstein. The fit offered by the lightweight, form-hugging design is impeccable, but it certainly takes an adventurous sole to don in public. Pushing the boundaries even further, Nike covered the kick in a furry leopard print, making sure no passerby will miss this sneaker. Whether you love it or hate it, this kick is coming, so brace yourselves for a summer release.

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