Nike further advances the React technology and presents a succesor to the widely acclaimed the React Element 87. Mixing the visionary cushioning with archive classics, the Nike React Vision D/MS/X hits the shelves this month.
The base – and heart piece – of this new silhouette of course is the React midsole. The exaggerated tooling not only provides an unmistakable look but also a soft bounce with each step. For the upper, Nike then takes design cues from past models like the Air Span II and Internationalist. The combination of lightweight mesh and an overstuffed further add to the React Vision’s excellent wearing comfort.
In terms of design, the Swoosh brand drops the sneaker in three eye-catching colorways. The “Gravity Purple” and “Photon Dust” variants pay homage to Alibrijes, which are traditional Mexican folk art sculptures in bright colors. The “Honeycomb” style references Casa Gilardi, a house in Mexico City designed by minimalist architect Luis Barragan.
DID YOU KNOW?
React isn’t the first foam-based cushioning technology that Nike put in their key running sneakers. In fact, it’s a sort of evolution from Lunarlon which debuted in 2008.
Release Details – Nike React Vision D/MS/X
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