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Last night, Nike brought their new Epic React shoe to life in the biggest way possible, with a multi-level takeover of Collingwood Art Precinct.

Crafted in collaboration with local artist Reko Rennie, the House of Go is a sensory overload, a playground drenched in pinks (mimicking the colours seen on the Epic React) where attendees can tackle a number of different obstacles. Each room in the House of Go represents a different quality of the Epic React, from its soft and springy sole to weightlessness when on foot.

As a result, we jumped on a giant trampoline floor and waded our way through a plush neon ball pit, plus a few other surprises. In the end, we were given a strawberry cheesecake ice cream for our efforts – absolutely no complaints here. The House of Go will be open to those who registered this weekend, and if you’re one of the lucky handful of people who managed to score access, make sure you bring your comfiest clothes and be ready to bounce.

See what happened at the ‘House of Go’ above, while you can cop the Epic React right here:

Event – Nike ‘House Of Go’ @ Collingwood Art Precinct
Photographers – Jordan Pert & Alex Drewniak
Date – 01/03/18

Words by Christopher Kevin Au March 2, 2018
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