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Nike Air Force 1 React White Float
Nike Air Force 1 React White Angle Float
Nike Air Force 1 React White Front Angle
Nike Air Force 1 React White Medial
Nike Air Force 1 React White Medial Right
Nike Air Force 1 React White Top
Nike Air Force 1 React White Heel
Nike Air Force 1 React White Sole
Nike Air Force 1 React Grey Heel Front Angle
Nike Air Force 1 React Grey Heel Medial
Nike Air Force 1 React Grey Heel Lateral
Nike Air Force 1 React Grey Heel Top
Nike Air Force 1 React Grey Heel
Nike Air Force 1 React Grey Sole
Nike Air Force 1 React Black Front Angle
Nike Air Force 1 React Black Lateral
Nike Air Force 1 React Black Medial
Nike Air Force 1 React Black Top
Nike Air Force 1 React Black Heel
Nike Air Force 1 React Black Sole

Nike Air Force 1 React D/MS/X Officially Launched
Release: 17 January 2020

A couple of weeks ago, the Internet was graced with ecomm images revealing a React-equipped Air Force 1. At that time, it was only speculated how Nike’s recent cushioning tech would be integrated into the almost 40-year-old sneaker, but now the Swoosh have revealed all.

It turns out the midsole has been all but cored out, making way for an extra-thick insole made from React foam for a super cushy ride. It’s not an Air Force 1 if it doesn’t have Air, so a small pod that Nike are calling Ramp Air is located at the heel. A fun little addition is the wavy detailing at the toe and heel outsole sections where the star tread once was.

The Air Force 1 React rolls out at Nike retailers soon, on January 17.

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