Nike WMNS Roshe Run Woven “Nagoya Women’s Marathon 2013”

January 22, 2013 BY / 1

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Celebrating the upcoming women’s marathon in Nagoya, Japan is this special edition release of the Nike WMNS Roshe Run Woven. The race took a tragic turn in 2011 when the earthquake forced the running event to be cancelled, but it returned in 2011 with 15,000 participants running in a newly designed course. The upper of this Nike Roshe Run Woven weaving mixes a hot red and a sharp teal, with a dark green heel and toe with an engraved flower on the heel of the shoe. Additional details include the special insole, which features a bold red/white striping with star detailing. This special colorway is shared with the Nike Free TR Fit 3, which is also included in the Nagoya Women’s Marathon 2013 Pack, which at this point is likely an Asia exclusive. A gallery awaits you below so take a look and let us know what you think.

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Not for me, but I think someone else could probably pull them off. I was prepared to hate, but a second glance leaves me thinking they're not as hideous as I initially thought.

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