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3M’s Reflective Paneling Appears On This Nike React Vision’s Laceguards

3M’s Reflective Paneling Appears On This Nike React Vision’s Laceguards

Although the Nike React Vision is among the tamer options available from Nike Sportswear’s D/MS/X label, the silhouette is consistently introducing new arrangements to its healthy roster. For its latest proposition, the model arrives in a “White/Anthracite” colorway and with 3M™ Scotchlite™ material.

Unlike most of its iterations, the Nike React foam-cushioned pair boasts an understated color scheme across its layered upper for its forthcoming release. Synthetic and fabric overlays throughout forgo the high-vis greens and pinks of predecessors (and likely successors) in favor of drab shades of black and grey. An overlay near the vamp, however, boasts not only 3M branding but also its proprietary luminescent tooling, which delivers an eye-catching styling to the otherwise reserved sneaker. Cushioning underfoot doesn’t partake in the reflective makeup, but its soft palette is a welcomed addition to the pair.

Enjoy official images of this React Vision here below, as you wait for details of a stateside Nike.com launch to emerge.

For more from the Swoosh, the Air Max 95 “Neon” returns for the whole family on December 17th.

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