Since debuting back in 2018, Nike’s React cushioning has been implemented in an array of models ranging from the React Element 87 to the recently-revealed Air Max 270 React. Now, new images have surfaced of what could potentially be the latest React runner.
The pair takes on a minimal design with a synthetic upper, overlay on the toe, and molded neoprene heel. Branding is kept to a minimum with a mini Swoosh stitched on each side panel. The upper sits atop a carved midsole almost identical to the one used on one of the most popular releases of 2018, the React Element 87.
A closer look at the midsole shows the word “Renew” written on the heel portion instead of “React” indicating that this could be a takedown model of sorts using another one of Nike’s new cushioning systems.
Take a look at two colorways of Nike’s upcoming runner below. One sports a grey upper with multi-colored detailing, while the other opts for a simplistic black and white look. An exact release date and pricing have yet to be revealed.
Article written by Mike DeStefano #SoleCollector