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Nike Court React Vapor NXT Review



Meet the next generation of tennis innovation. Built using years of athlete data, the Nike Court React Vapor NXT brings you best-in-class traction, durability, and cushioning so you can last through the fiercest matches. Nike designed to withstand the force of sliding by integrating durable rubber and tough plastic in high-wear areas including the medial side of the foot. React technology delivers a smooth ride with Nike’s “REACT FOAM” which is placed near the arch of your foot. Herringbone outsole uses data-informed design to create great grip without impacting your ability to slide. A full-length sleeve creates a snug, sock-like fit:


Upper: Full-length sleeve bootie construction, covered by Flyweave material to maximize support, and ventilation. Tough plastic is strategically placed on the medial side to protect from hard court sliding.


Midsole: React cushioning for a smooth ride, and responsive feel underfoot. A firmer foam placed on the lateral edge creates extra stability.


Outsole: Modified herringbone pattern with a data-informed design to help provide great traction, without impacting your ability to slide.


Additional Highlights of the Vapor NXT


Data-Informed Design

Built to withstand the force of sliding, the generative design uses data to integrate durable rubber and tough plastic in high-wear areas, like the medial side of the forefoot.


Closer to the Ground

Nike React technology delivers an extremely smooth ride. Placed near your arch, soft, Nike React foam works in tandem with a firmer foam along the outside of your foot to help make it easier to get closer to the ground. This alignment is designed to help you push off during fast movements.


Innovative Grip

The herringbone outsole uses data-informed design to create best-in-class grip without impacting your ability to slide. Stiff frame on the lateral side creates an extra-stable feel during side-to-side movements. Full-length sleeve creates a snug, sock-like fit.

Designed for use on hard court surfaces.



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