Some might argue that there’s a lot going on with Nike’s ISPA range, but if you break them down (no pun intended) and do a second take, you will realise that the conceptual line represents so much more than just being a pair of over-the-top sneakers. Officially started in 2018, ISPA is short for Improvise, Scavenge, Protect, Adapt, which is Nike’s way of merging sustainability efforts through the repurposing of materials, as well as placing emphasis on innovation by giving them a new breath of life that’s equally big on utility and performance. This year, there are a total of 5 designs that will be launched progressively from 9 July 2020, with the first being the Overreact Fkynit that comes in Crimson Volt and Light Bone.
The Overreact is all about comfort, coming in the brand’s signature Flyknit upper that’s constructed using excess yarn. You might find the pattern somewhat familiar, simply because these knits were taken from surplus footwear designs over the years. Other plus points include the laceless upper, so you don’t have to worry about tripping over unfastened laces, instead featuring an innovative hook-and-loop closure that will keep your feet securely in place. How about the sole? Well, that’s created using Nike’s game-changing React Foam technology, giving you ultimate potential with every step.
Head over to Nike Singapore’s online site now, where the sneakers will be launching in standard sizes that range from US4 to US13. Or hit this link and head to DSM, where it is available as well.