Nike’s new React technology is gaining momentum. With more colorways of the Epic React Flyknit dropping monthly, there are plenty of great options out there. However, today the Swoosh announce the addition of the new runner to NikeID.
Nike React is the brand’s new standard in comfort. The foam technology launched worldwide in the form of the Epic React Flyknit, a sleek running shoe built for speed and flexibility. Originally, the silhouette released in limited numbers before more colorways were added to the lineup. With plenty of options already available, Nike is taking the Epic React to the next level by allowing us to customize the shoe on their NikeID platform.
The options with the NikeID Epic React Flyknit are nearly endless. With all of Nike’s latest color options available, there are currently lots of ways to make the Epic React your own, yet the Swoosh is already planning on adding more next week. For the coming update, Nike teamed up with several running clubs around the world to create logos for you to choose from to add to the heel tab. In their announcement, Nike some of the inspirations behind the various logos.
“Tokyo’s Athletics Far East run crew’s design palette honors the Tokyo subway map. Koreatown Run Club in Los Angeles created a palette primarily inspired by the Korean flag. Seoul’s Private Road Running Club’s design features the Corinthian helmet logo and gold accents to symbolize the crew’s marathon achievements and victories to come. One Crew from Shanghai used nature-inspired tones that nod to clouds, dawn and the medals they strive for, along with the Chinese symbol for “fly.” Amsterdam streetwear label Patta and London’s Track Mafia partnered up on a triple black version meant to channel the fearless nature of city culture.”
The Nike Epic React Flyknit is available to customize now via NikeID. One pair will cost you a cool $170, a reasonable price for your own shoe design. Check out some of Nike’s premade samples below for a better idea of what you’re working with, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike React news.