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Where to shop the new pastel Nike React Element 55



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This is why you need to try the sneaker technology involved in Nike's React style.

If you're on the hunt for a new statement sneaker, we think it's time to call off the search. Nike's React Element 55 is arriving in a new colourway and it's a pastel dream. Named the "Pumice/Sanded Purple", the silhouette features purple and pink pastel accents, especially around the lacing system and the Swoosh. The tones and hues are the perfect addition to the purple-brown canvas.

The upper of the new sneaker style combines a mix of textile and synthetic material. The rubber outsole pods and reflective details add a unique touch to this design, contributing to the overall lightweight feel of the shoe. We are also big fans of the navy blue stitching on the heel, providing the style with a deconstructed element that we are obsessed with.

When can you get your hands on the new pastel colourway of the React Element 55? It's available right now at Nike online. We aren't sure exactly when the sneakers will be available to purchase from Nike stockists so keep your eyes peeled. Our favourite online retailers to shop Nike are THE ICONIC, JD Sports, Platypus Shoes and ASOS.

Nike's React is famous for its sneaker technology. Why is it so interesting? The shoe has plush and resilient cushioning that delivers an ultimate level of comfort, while still maintaining a sense of durability. It's a great performance shoe, perfect for any kind of training and you need to try it for yourself.


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Keen for more sneaker content? Here at Finder, we've got you covered. If you simply can't get enough of pastels, Balenciaga dropped a fun new colourway of the iconic Triple-S sneaker. If you're totally obsessed with all things Nike, we recommend checking out either the Air Jordan 1 Obsidian sneakers or the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 collaboration.

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