Designed to keep committed and casual runners alike injury-free and feeling fresh, Nike Running‘s React Infinity Run is a high-comfort design that’s now surfaced in a “Laser Orange/University Blue” colorway. Mixing a foot-hugging knit upper with a wide, soft React foam midsole, the React Infinity Run’s performance-geared look is played up here by a duo of sporty hues.
Flexible Flyknit uppers are dressed in black, with style and support alike added by way of a blue synthetic material that starts on the midfoot’s low-slung half Swoosh and wraps around to the heel. Bright orange heel clips proffer debossed Swooshes and Nike React branding. White collar trim, a small blue Flyknit graphic on the medial eyestays and white Infinity React hits on the heel offering a little light contrast.
Midsoles are where the React Infinity Run earns its moniker. Constructed from a thick slab of white React foam, this formidable footbed uses 1/4 more React than other Nike Running models. It also features a rocker to place the foot in a forward position and equips a wide footbed for versatile comfort. This setup has been wear tested to last a staggering 500-600 miles — almost twice as much as most running shoes, which tend to bottom out at 300-350 miles.
The Nike React Infinity Run “Laser Orange/University Blue” is available now at Nike FR, and retails for $160 USD.
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