The Nike React Ianga High-Top Gets A Triple Black Makeover

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Nike’s eclectic THE10TH collection is known for highly conceptual, eye-catching designs, and one of their notable efforts is the React Ianga, a high-cut silhouette that just received a stark black makeover ideal for the forthcoming winter months. The upper gives off a look that’s similar to a military boot, using a tumbled leather toebox and a rugged canvas midfoot and collar. There’s also an elongated oval-shaped overlay placed on the midfoot and middle eyestays for extra texture. However, things certainly aren’t all rank-and-file here. The heel features a large suede piece with an abstract-shaped heel clip, while a teal THE10TH tag appears on the high collar and a small Swoosh hits the lengthy throat tab for pops of flair. Down below, a cored-out black React midsole that fans of the React Element 55 and React Element 87 are sure to be familiar with provides a recognizable style, and is accented with purple plugs to finalize the look. Quite unlike any sneakerboot we’ve seen before, these Nike shoes will release later this fall at the retailers listed below for $130 USD.

Nike React Ianga
Color: Black/Light Aqua-Anthracite-Court Purple
Style Code: AV5555-002

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