Take a First Look at the Nike Presto React

Releasing in 2019.

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Continuing its obsession with mashup models, Nike is set to release a shoe that brings together elements of the React Element 87 and the Air Presto.  As a homage to Nike innovation, the shoe blends together two eras of running technology research into one single footwear option.

Fittingly dubbed the Nike Presto React, the silhouette features a Presto bootie-style upper that’s constructed from a combination of neoprene and mesh, and is assisted by a dynamic TPU lacing cage at the midfoot. Finishing up the design of the shoe is a sculpted React midsole, and a rubber outsole section.

Take a first look at the Nike Presto React above and look for the hybrid model to release sometime in 2019.

In case you missed it, Nike is set to release the Air Force 1 Flyleather in “Triple Black” on Black Friday.

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