It’s drop day. The Nike Epic React has officially released worldwide, and is available at Nike.com and select Aussie retailers.
To celebrate the launch of what’s sure to be one of 2018’s hottest sneakers, Nike is bringing it’s interactive, ultra-sensorial House of Go to Melbourne to give Swoosh fans down under a taste of the brand’s all-new midsole technology.
Inside the House of go is a purpose-built obstacle course where guests will be able to put the Epic Reacts to the sword on a treadmill, inside a foam room and down a slippery slide, all illuminated by a custom-built light display.
Guests will have 30 minutes to see what the new sneakers can do, and will also be treated to artworks by renowned Australian artist Reko Rennie. To finish, Nike has ensured everyone will stay cool chowing down ice creams upon completion of the course.
We were lucky enough to launch the Epic React in Seoul back in January at the global launch, where we experienced the House of Go first hand. Needless to say it’s not one to miss.
Guests must be 16+ and spots are limited, with entry by pre-registration only. Head here to get your name down. Details for House of Go are as follows:
Collingwood Arts Precinct
35 Johnston Street, Collingwood
Saturday, March 3: 10am–8pm
Sunday, March 4: 10am–6pm
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