After making its debut early in July, the Nike Air Max 270 React is set to kick August off with a refreshing new “Blue Void” colorway. The upper features a trifecta of blue hues splashed across its layered design, ranging from the dark and rich “Blue Void” shade the shoe takes its moniker from to a lighter “Photo Blue” and a sporty “Game Nike Air Huarache Femme Royal,” the three of which combine for a cool and compelling Nike Air Max 90 Femme style. The midsole mixes white React cushioning with an Air Max 270-style heel unit for a feel that’s both soft and responsive, while the insole finalizes the stylings with a geometrical blue pattern that borrows the upper’s shades for a little extra hidden style. Although the 270 React is still very new to the market, it’s safe to say that with its powerful combo of popular cushioning technologies and its adaptable style it’ll likely remain popular all summer long and beyond.
While wearing matching Nike sweatsuits, the team was also spotted in what is believed to be Adidas Superstar Femme the Nike Air Max 270 React.
The pair worn by the players features a White upper with Blue and Red accents highlighted with Volt on trimming and Air bubbles. It comes completed with React foam on its sole.
The initial releases of the Nike Air Max 270 React share a consistent foundation in art and design history. Each colorway translates a specific artistic style or movement in its blocking and hues. The lead launch colorway, for example, heralds the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus’s founding by recalling the school’s formal studies of asymmetrical balance. Other colorways highlight explorations of geometric compositions, mid-century-inspired color blocking, San Francisco psychedelia and Nike Air Max 2017 Dámské more.
Other colorways set to release include Black/Grey, Blue, Pastel, White/Pink, and White/Red styles.
This take features a blend of neon hues in a mix of Volt, Pink, Purple, Red, and Blue paired with Black atop a White React midsole. Highlighting the shoe is a “Parachute” graphic on the insoles along with “RELEASE” printed on the heel tabs.