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Nike's React Element 87 Gets Updated with New, Color-Heavy Designs

Vibrant and head-turning.

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Nike's React Element 87 Gets Updated with New, Color-Heavy Designs

Vibrant and head-turning.

Nike‘s React Element 87 is dropping in the United States later this week. The futuristic silhouette has been quickly gaining traction since its original debut during Paris Fashion Week at UNDERCOVER‘s runway presentation. Now, images have surfaced of two new colorways of the head-turning sneaker.

Instead of minimalistic tones as seen on the “Sail Light Bone and “Anthracite Black” designs, the new hues feature a greater emphasis on bold colors. The forthcoming drops are exemplified by a fusion of vibrant tones which further showcase the React Element 87’s translucent TPE yarn upper, accentuated by deconstructed stitching. Additional accents include exterior heel taping and the tech-infused React sole alongside a standout rubber outsole. While one model is set to arrive with green, tan and orange, the other comes in light blue, white and black.

Take a look at the Nike React Element 87 colorways which are set to arrive in 2019 in the gallery above. There are currently no drop details available. Stay tuned here for an official release date.

While you’re at it, check out news surrounding Vogue x Jordan Brand‘s latest footwear capsule collection.

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