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Nike’s Futuristic React Element 87 Will Get a Non-Collab Release


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Brand: Nike

Model: React Element 87

Key Features: The midsole features Nike’s revolutionary new React foam technology, while the upper makes use of a translucent shell, exterior taping on the heel, an exposed lace collar, and trail-running style laces.

Release Date: Rumored to drop Summer 2018 (TBC)

Price: N/A

Buy: Nike and select retailers TBC

Editor’s Notes: We first got a look at Nike’s futuristic-looking new trail-runner at UNDERCOVER’s Paris Fashion Week show back in March. It was assumed at the time that the silhouette was an UNDERCOVER x Nike collaboration. Now, however, new information confirms that certain colorways of the Nike React Element 87 will be a non-collab release.

Instagram account @gc911 has posted detailed product shots of a sneaker we’re expecting to be one of 2018’s most popular models, suggesting a release can’t be too far off. The images show the Nike React Element 87 without UNDERCOVER branding, which all but confirms that we’ll be getting GR versions soon.

For now, it appears the sail/red and black/white colorways will be in-line Nike releases, while the more elaborate iterations could fall under the more exclusive UNDERCOVER collab.

As always, check back for updates. In the meantime, flip through the images above, leave your thoughts on the new sneaker in the comments, and head to @gc911 for more angles of the kicks.

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