Nike React Element 87

Jun 28, 2018

Category: Style

That familiar swoosh sign stands for quality and innovation in the world of athletic gear, so we’ve come to expect a lot from Nike and they deliver every time. They’ve created the Nike React Element 87 sneakers, which was co-signed by Undercover founder Jun Takahashi, and they’re a stylish blend of science and tech that’s made for the urban commuter.

Taking some inspiration from the design of the Nike Internationalist shoes from the 80’s, it’s a nostalgic pair, yet it also has a 100% TPE yarn textile upper that has a futuristic translucence. Since it’s made for commuters, the sole of the shoe is constructed with Nike’s new, revolutionary ‘React Foam’ technology that will thoroughly support every step you take. Just remember to wear a nice pair of socks to go with these kicks, as they are see-through. You can pick up a pair of these cutting-edge kicks when they drop in July.

Purchase: $160

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