With recent news that Travis Scott will soon add it to his growing list of Nike-backed designs, the Air Max 270 React is positioned to have a successful 2020. Yet, Beaverton seems adamant about closing the decade with the hybrid-silhouette as an iron grey and university red outfit is scheduled to outfit the model next week. In the eight months its been available on shelves, the lifestyle sneaker has garnered a strong following likely thanks to its dual-cushioning and dozens of impressive makeups – ranging from the understated to the loud. Using darker tones, the forthcoming Air Max 270 React dons a trio of white, iron grey, and black throughout the upper, with the latter two colors sharing the spotlight at the mudguard and heel and across the midfoot. Hits of the scarlet hue, however, steal the show as they dressup the leather Swoosh and lace panels, as well as the sockliner and heel tab, all while completely taking over the visible Air Max 270-style heel cushioning unit.