Starting at the top of the shoes, “D/MS/X” branding is placed over a skinny ripstop pull tab at the upper tongue. Placed along the eyelets are small eyelet panels made up of leather and rubber overlays, complemented by round tonal laces. At the heel counter is articulated neoprene support, matching the cushioned ultraplush tongue. Furthermore, Nike’s Swoosh logo is thinly outlined at the sidewalls over a bed of breathable mesh fabrics, while a fully tonal React midsole rounds up the sneaker’s design.
The Nike React Vision “Black/Black” is currently available at the brand’s website for $140 USD.
For more footwear from Nike, check out the Miami Dolphins-inspired rendition of the Air Max 200.