With Jordan Brand dropping their Royal Toe 1s and adidas debuting their Sulfur 350s, Nike Sportswear is seeking to chime in on May’s first week of releases as well with the introduction of a new Air Force 1 React offering. The silhouette, which has already been delivered in a handful of clean colorways, is differentiating itself this time around by reworking its treading a different look. Outsoles, which usually are done up with a clean slated aesthetic, have now been traded out for an icy translucent layer, bringing a fresh new identity to the hybridized model by allowing you to peak through to its orange-colored core. Additionally, if you look at the tongues from different angles, you’ll notice that they possess text-shifting capabilities transitioning between classic “Nike Air” and “Nike React” branding. For those interesting in copping, they will be dropping on Nike.com and at select retailers tomorrow, May 8th for $120 USD.