The new colourway, which has arrived just in time for sunny season, is a vibrant but laid-back All White with Particle Grey details.
Originally dropping back in February, the lightweight React Vision trainer re-imagines the React Element sneaker by Nike’s experimental design arm D/MS/X.
D/MS/X’s main aim with this trainer? MAXIMUM cushioning for the smoothest ride possible. The React technology has been used on a range of Nike sneakers over recent years – including the Air Max 270 React and the Air Force 1 React. So understandably, these trainers have got comfy covered.
For the aesthetic, the D/MS/X division took inspiration from what we do when we are sleeping – dream. With floating overlays and smooth lines throughout, the React Visions are influenced by the hazy, colourful and weird world of our dreams and subconscious.
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