Size and fit

The AM 270 React SE from Nike runs true to size. Depending on the colorway, it is available in men and women US sizes. Its breathable upper made of synthetic materials keeps it lightweight and colorful overlays reinforce the upper for added support. It has a lace-up closure for an adjustable fit. The padded collar adds cushioning and support for a snug fit. The Max Air unit and Nike React technology combined provides maximum comfort all day long.

Nike Air Max 270 React SE Style

Another playful and modern take on the Air Max 270 is the Nike Air Max 270 React SE. Its upper is made of breathable materials and comes with no-sew overlays in fresh colors atop a neutral base color. It’s a low-top sneaker with padded collars and a lace-up closure system.  

Underfoot, the classic visible Max Air unit gives it lasting comfort and the React technology ensures adaptive support and optimum cushioning with every stride. The rubber outsole provides good traction and stability. It’s a very comfortable pair for daily use and an easy switch from lifestyle and athletic wear.

Notable Features

The lifestyle sneaker Nike Air Max 270 React SE comes with a lightweight synthetic upper made of super breathable no-sew materials that stay cool. Materials on the upper vary depending on the colorway. For most of the colorways, transparent TPE material with a grid pattern on the upper shows your sock details from the outside. The women’s exclusive colorway White/Barely Rose/Track Red colorway specifically has a synthetic and fabric upper that takes design inspiration from the Air Max pantheon with its large window. 

No-sew overlays in fresh and bright colors reinforce the upper and add accents. It has a webbed lace-up system that allows easy adjustments for a snug fit. Large Swoosh brandings are present on both lateral and medial sides and a small one on the heel tab, while Air Max branding shows on the tongue. A soft padded collar adds comfort and the low cut design allows free ankle movement.

The Max Air 270 unit in the heel ensures all-day comfort. Nike React technology midsole provides an extremely smooth and resilient stride reducing weight and adding flexibility to the pair. Heel-to-toe lugged rubber outsole gives traction and durability.

The Nike Air Max 270  comes in fresh colorways for men and women: 

  • White/Pure Platinum/Indigo Fog/White
  • Oracle Aqua/Ghost Green/Washed Coral/Black
  • Light Arctic Pink/Orange Pulse/White/Black
  • White/Barely Rose/Track Red

Nike Air Max 270 React SE History

The Nike Air Max 270 React made its debut in 2019 and became an instant modern classic silhouette. Despite being fairly new to the sneaker scene, the pair made a strong impact as a lifestyle shoe as it features two of Nike’s latest technologies, the Max Air 270 unit, and the Nike React sole. 

Inspired by the Element React 87, the shoe is built with a bar tack technique that boasts a seamless transition. Taking design cues from the iconic Air Max introduced in 1987, this pair has the best of both worlds working with a 270 Air unit that goes perfectly with the brand’s most adaptive Nike React foam. 

A new iteration to the Nike Air Max 270 React is the Nike Air Max 270 React SE that comes in fresh new colorways, a translucent TPU upper, and no-sew overlays that definitely grab attention. It has a modern look to it that’s great for sneakerheads and fashion gurus alike.

Nice to know

  • The women’s exclusive White/Barely Rose/Track Red colorway has a transparent Swoosh hangtag inspired by air fresheners.

Facts / Specs

Base model: Nike Air Max 270 React
Style: Sporty, Chunky
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Air Max, Nike Air Max 270, Nike Air, Nike React
Closure: Laces
Material: Mesh, Rubber Sole / Fabric

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.