Nike React UK

Proceeding with their newfound “THE10TH” collection that debuted earlier this summer, the Swoosh is continuing right along with their conceptual footwear with the third colorway of the Nike React Sertu. Paying homage to the time Bill Bowerman served in the Army’s 10th Mountain Division during World War II – as noted via small “The10th” tags across the shoes – the lifestyle model utilizes military-inspired detailing to bring together its striking upper construction. A black woven nylon panel is intricately fused with with suede and leather overlays that feature stand-out accents of beige and volt displayed towards the rear. Furthering the brand’s penchant for mixing and matching, the low-cut model is finished off with a popular React cushioning system increasing their line of casual runners. These will be available at select Nike retailers on September 13th for $150 USD
Nike’s React Element 55 is an ultra-popular lifestyle silhouette that’s available in a veritable plethora of makeups, and now it’s appeared in a fresh style that looks back to a shoe that kicked off the React Element craze: the black/white React Element 87. As the black/white 87 was one of the first two React Element silhouettes to release, it’s an important touchpoint in the short-yet-storied lineage of the line. Here, it’s nodded to with a semi-translucent black upper that’s accented with stark black detailing and a bold white Swoosh on the lateral side that dips down into the midsole. The lower half then offers a signature cored-out white React foam midsole equipped with black plugs. A clever interpolation of shape and style, these fresh-yet-familiar Nike shoes are available now at select overseas stockists, so you can expect a stateside Nike.com and Foot Locker release in the coming weeks for $130 USD.

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