When you can buy Nike’s React Vision Honeycomb sneakers

Posted: 3 February 2020 9:46 am
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Nike React Vision Honeycomb sneakers

Get a first look at the sweet new addition to Nike's React line.

Having recently revealed a sub-label of its D/MS/X line dubbed React Vision, the Nike label has now revealed a new colourway for the range. Drawing inspiration from your favourite sweet snack, the kicks will arrive in a Honeycomb style.

Release date: 6 February (US)

Price: US$140

Where to buy: Nike

Constructed from a stark white mesh upper, the sneaker immediately reminds us of a Crunchie bar with its caramel-coloured designs creeping from the midsole to the outsole. Pops of bright yellow decorate the lace guard, heel tab and tongue tab, while a caramel Swoosh appears on the sides.

Black laces and a grey extended heel clip work to complete the design.

According to Nike, the React Vision silhouette is inspired by Alebrijes (mythical creatures from the fever dreams of Mexican folk artists), causing the designs to incorporate richly textured fabrics and bright hues.

Nike React Vision Honeycomb sneakers

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The kicks are set to drop on 6 February in both the US and Japan, meaning that we should see them appear on the Australian Nike site shortly after. They are also likely to drop into usual stockists like JD Sports and Platypus Shoes.

In other Nike news, the brand recently unveiled an Air Force 1 silhouette merged with the React D/MS/X style. The amalgamation keeps the classic Air Force 1 shape, but adds a drop-in React midsole and Ramp Air unit. You can shop the pair now from ASOS.

For more Nike updates, release dates and current discounts, you can check out our Nike hub.


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