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The Nike Air Force 1 React Returns in "Pink Spell"

A comfier take on the AF1 with a transparent sole.

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The Nike Air Force 1 React Returns in "Pink Spell"

A comfier take on the AF1 with a transparent sole.

The Nike Air Force 1 has seen countless iterations since its 1982 release. The Bruce Kilgore design was the first to feature Nike Air technology, what The Swoosh describes as “pressurized air inside a tough yet flexible bag” to provide “flexibility and spring without compromising structure.”

The Nike Air Force 1 React switches things up with subtle aesthetic differences. The shoe’s toe box is reconstructed as an overlay and the rear upper panels are done in a semi-transparent ripstop textile. Nike React technology adds additional comfort — and a nice design touch to the outsole.

“Pink Spell” lights up the latest AF1 React, covering the heel tab, embroidered heel branding, midsole and outsole. Black and white covers the rest of the model with the latter accenting the lining, trim and mini Swoosh.

No release date has been announced, but we expect to see the Nike Air Force 1 React “Black/White/Pink Spell” to release in the coming weeks for $140 USD.

In other footwear news, the “Panda” Dunk gets a pop of color.

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