You Can Customize Your Very Own Nike React Element 55s Starting Next Week

Nike’s signature customization program dubbed Nike By You (previously known as NikeID) is adding another popular lifestyle silhouette to its long list of available options. This time, the React Element 55.

The React Element line was regarded by many as the best sneaker the brand delivered in 2018. Starting next Thursday, fans will be able to create their very own versions of the shoe. The low-cut upper can now be augmented with a selection of materials including the new breathable woven mesh upper that can be paired with bold color palettes. Capping off the look is the model’s standout React cushioning technology on the midsole. Once the design is rendered online and purchased, the personalized shoe will take approximately three to five weeks to arrive at your doorstep.

With Spring in full effect, new colorways of the React Element 55 are on the way including two iridescent makeups featuring laser fuchsia and tour yellow uppers. In addition, a white-based trio that’s complemented with university red, game royal or pure platinum accents is also on the horizon. Details about a release date and price point for the aforementioned styles have not been announced.

Nike React Element 55 Laser Fuchsia
The Nike React Element 55 in “Laser Fuchsia.”
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Nike React Element 55 Tour Yellow
The Nike React Element 55 in “Tour Yellow.”
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Nike React Element 55 University Red
The Nike React Element 55 in “University Red.”
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Nike React Element 55 Game Royal
The Nike React Element 55 in “Game Royal.”
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Nike React Element 55 Pure Platinum
The Nike React Element 55 in “Pure Platinum.”
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The Nike React Element 55 By You will be available beginning on May 2 on Nike.com.

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