A Potential Nike Air Max 270 React Model Surfaces Featuring Forefoot Zoom Air

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Original Posting (04/26/2020): A new Nike Air Max 270 React model has surfaced featuring forefoot Zoom Air.

This new hybrid Nike shoe appears to have a similar silhouette to the Air Max 270 React, with a few minor tweaks. The shoe features essentially the same looking upper as the 270 React, but with new wavy line overlays. In addition to the upper, the tooling has changed quite significantly. The same 270° Air Max bag remains intact at the heel, but everything else about the tooling has been modified. React foam likely remains intact, but an additional Zoom Air bag has been added to the forefoot, which is bottom loaded. The Zoom air bag appears to be very similar to the LeBron 17 and SuperRep Go’s setup, which utilizes two circular Zoom Air bags which are bottom loaded as well. The tooling also utilizes a new decoupled design, making both the heel and forefoot independent. Directly where the sole is decoupled is a midfoot plate, providing torsional support and rigidity.

Let us know what you think of what could be a new Nike Air Max 270 React model featuring Zoom Air in the comments below. Stay tuned as learn more about what these really are in the future.

UPDATE (05/22/2020): Another photo has surfaced of the potential Nike Air Max 270 React with forefoot Zoom Air has surfaced. Stay tuned for further updates.

h/t: sinshouhin_light.

Original Posting Photo (04/26/2020):

h/t: Weibo user Lu Qiang.
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Written by Nick Montesano

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