A new year, a new innovation from Nike. While the Swoosh's React cushioning was already teased last year in Abloh’s Hyperdunk from "The Ten" series, its first major outing will be as part of the new Nike Epic React running shoe worldwide release on February 22.

Today however, Nike teases two colorways exclusively for Nike Plus members of the Epic React Flyknit Fusion—a simple jet black and pure crystal white. Released February 12, to make sure you can cop 'em , sign up to Nike Plus using the download link.

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Nike's all-new React tech is 5 percent lighter and 11 percent softer than its predecessor, with 10 percent greater energy return than the Lunar Epic 2, which featured LunarLon cushioning. With an extended midsole and an upper that sits directly atop the foam, the technology has been designed to give runners more cushioning and more traction, at a fraction of the previous weight. With Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green spotted testing the tech in a pair of Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit PE, expect to see the React technology graduate from the track to the court.

Peep the Nike Plus member-exclusive colorways above before downloading the app.

Next, read our in-depth look at Nike's new React tech.

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