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Nike Drops the React Element 55 in a Rich Fall Colorway

Arriving in “Crimson” and “Navy Blue.”

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Nike Drops the React Element 55 in a Rich Fall Colorway

Arriving in “Crimson” and “Navy Blue.”

Nike has debuted a new colorway of its 2018 silhouette, the React Element 55. The modern racer was originally released in “Racer Blue” and now arrives in a prime fall colorway.

A “Crimson” soft mesh upper is accented with a “Navy Blue” Swoosh on the lateral. The heel countered is detailed with black while a while midsole adding extra dimension. Shoppers looking for a subtle fall sneaker should consider copping.

This Nike React Element 55 colorway is set to release soon for $130 USD at Nike’s web store and select retailers. Take a closer look above.

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