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Nike Rosherun FB – Current Blue – Hot Lime – Chrome

March 18, 2013 BY / 0

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The futbol-inspired Nike Rosherun FB isn’t the Nike Roshe Run sequel they seemed to be upon first sight, but this new variation on the ever popular minimalist design is sure to make a splash whether it’s numbers or letters defining the style. This Current Blue and Hot Lime combo is arguably the most energetic of these (first?) three FBs, a Sprite-ish mix with Chrome accents atop a white sail. It’s an absolutely perfect summertime shoe because both of the main colors while vibrant and full of energy are still highly wearable and if you construct the outfit properly, both of them are practically ‘neutral’. Let us know how these compare to their two peers after you’ve seen more below, and if you’d like to grab yours now but retailers in your area aren’t among the early stockists, grab yours from nikeshoesaddict on eBay.

Nike Roshe Run FB
Current Blue/Chrome-Hot Lime-White
580573-401


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