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147 users: 4.7 / 5
Style: Futuristic , Sportstyle
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Lifestyle Shoes

Verdict from 10.1 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • The wearers of the Nike React Vision agree that it is comfortable to wear all day.
  • Most of the buyers praise the Nike sneaker for its attractive design.
  • The React Vision is impressively lightweight, according to a couple of reviewers.
  • Many purchasers admit that they receive a lot of compliments while sporting the shoe.
  • Some of those who left reviews mention that the sneaker is versatile.
  • A number of users commend the style of the Nike React Vision, saying that it is fashionable.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One customer finds the colors of the shoe a little bit bright and hopes that it would tone down eventually.
  • Few users notice that their heel is slipping while wearing the React Vision.
  • A buyer hopes to see more colorways from this Nike model.

Bottom line

Nike releases another sneaker with unbelievable comfort. The Nike React Vision is the new go-to sneaker for many, may it be for casual strolling or workout sessions in the gym. 

The shoe's overall silhouette has a stylish but rebellious finish, which makes it stand out in the crowd. The React Vision is also easy to wear, allowing it to fit in with any wardrobe easily.

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The ladies and gentlemen can flaunt the dreamy silhouette of the Nike React Vision. The ladies who want to cop a pair do not have to size down since this Nike sneaker is available in their sizes also.

The shoe is designed with stacked suede overlays, providing more support, and holding the foot in place better.

The lifestyle sneaker by Nike successfully combined futuristic design and exceptional comfort. The colors of the Nike React Vision got its inspiration from the famous Casa Gilardi of Mexico City. Moreover, the fusion of art and innovation found in the silhouette of this Nike sneaker is inspired by the mythical creature born out of the fever dreams of Mexican folk artists known as the Alebrijes. As a result, the sneaker embodies richly textured fabrics and bright hues. 

Given that the shoe uses the Nike React cushioning and it has a padded tongue and heel, the pair surely gives an on-the-go comfort. The React Vision can be worn with active wears or casual clothes.

The first thing one will notice is the seamless mesh on the upper, which allows the colors to pop and gives an extraordinary textured look on the sneaker. The distorted proportions around the heel are also hard to ignore as it provides the shoe with a weird but unique look.

However, do not judge this deformation as it allows wearers with plushy stride since it is backed by the comfortable Nike React cushioning. There is also a transparent heel clip that gives the shoe a unique layered look. The React Vision is designed with a D/MS/X label on pull tabs and the insole while the Swoosh branding is outlined on the side.

The Air Force 1 React, and the Air Max 720 came from the sub-label of Nike, the D/MS/X. Now, the sub-label has created the new React Vision.

The Nike React Vision utilizes the platform established by React Element 55 and React Element 87, providing a softer foam for a more comfortable all-day wear. Moreover, the top of the shoe that is made of a sporty mesh was inspired by Nike’s running shoes like the Internationalist and Air Span 2.

The Nike React Vision “Gravity Purple” and “Honeycomb” was released on February 6, 2020. Aside from this color, the silhouette will also release a “Triple Black” colorway, which is different from its bright and multi-colored makeover.

  • Poison dart frogs inspire the subtle pattern of the Nike React Vision.
  • Rubber pods on sole add traction and durability
  • The transparent heel clip, aside from its aesthetic contribution, also protects the heel.
  • The React Vision has a lace-up fastening.
  • The “Gravity Purple” and “Photon Dust” colorways got its inspiration from the Alebrijes. While the “Honeycomb” palette is influenced by Casa Gilardi, which is designed by minimalist architect Luis Barragan.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com