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UNDERCOVER x Nike React Element 87 Collection Dropping This Fall

Asked by simon1219 on 07/06/2018 at 7:45 AM

The UNDERCOVER x Nike React Element 87 was revealed during Paris Fashion Week, and it’s part of UNDERCOVER’s Fall/Winter 2018 women’s collection. Undercover and Nike have teamed up for some incredible drops in recent years.After being originally unveiled as part of a partnership between Jun Takahashi’s UNDERCOVER imprint, the futuristic Nike React Element 87 Black White is now set for an in-line non-collaborative release, and boy, is the hype real. Now, the Japanese fashion label is preparing their Fall/Winter 2018 collection, which includes their wild interpretation of the Epic React titled Element 87.

adidas Yeezy Boost,Undercover is not your ordinary Japanese fashion label. Founded in the early 1990’s by Jun Takahashi, the brand takes an aggressive approach to its design process, an outlook inspired by The Sex Pistols.Nothing if not striking, the React Element 87 Black White is a must cop sneaker for any collection. Influenced by American streetwear and the British punk movement, Undercover was born to provide with a new standard of cool in Japan. Since the brand’s inception, founder Jun has steered them towards some incredible collaborations.Making use of a semi translucent upper, similar to what you’d find on the Nike Zoom Fly, the crep’s main details arrive via its low slung Swoosh that dives right into the midsole, exterior taping on the heel, and a wavy, trail-style lacing system constructed of leather and suede that boasts reflective accents-as does the heel tab. The latest to join the long list was previewed earlier this year, and now we have a full look at the upcoming Undercover x Nike Epic React Element 87.The tongue itself features a jagged design, whilst small Swooshes on the toe box and heel round off the React Element 87’s branding.

Nike’s Epic React has made a large impact in a very short time. Originally released early in 2018, the Epic React introduced the Swoosh’s latest cushioning foam on a large scale, allowing all kinds of athletes to get their hands on it for the first time.Down below, the React Element 87 Black White makes use of Nike’s newest React cushioning, with abstract translucent black plugs for an interesting touch of detail and contrast. Now, Nike is giving Jun Takahashi a chance to interpret the silhouette in a wild new way. The Undercover x Nike Element 87 takes the traditional look of the Epic React and rebuilds it. The Flyknit upper is replaced with a translucent material and layered with extra suede and stitching for support. The midsole is the most eye-catching part, making use of wild colors and what appear to be dense EVA plugs inserted into the soft foam.

The Undercover x Nike Element 87 was recently revealed to be released in at least five colorways. Originally, we only saw three during the brand’s runway show, but new images show that more will be included in the final release.If you are searching for the perfect pair of kicks to rock whatever the weather, then look no further than the Nike React Element 87 Black White! While some come in standard color options like black & white, others combine heavy tones like maroon with a bright teal hue.Available for both men and women, we recommend you go true to size for the perfect fit!The Nike React Element 87 Black White is set to arrive alongside several other distinct colourways, so be sure to hit that bell icon above for release reminders on the run up to launch, as well as an email alert as soon as these go live!Nike and Undercover’s latest footwear venture will arrive in stores sometime during Fall 2018. Based on the Epic React, the Element 87 will retail for $170, likely from both Nike and select Tier Zero accounts.Check out the early images of five different colorways below, and stay tuned to Cadysport for more Nike React news.

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