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Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire QS “Night Stadium”

April 19, 2013 BY / 1

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We’ve seen a couple of the Dynamic Flywire-equipped Nike Roshe Runs hit retailers with multicolored cables; what might it look like with a more uniform presentation? Your answer to that question, as well as a strong contender as this pack’s ultimate ‘winner’ is this Nike Roshe Run DYN FW Quickstrike in Night Stadium and Sport Turquoise. This style represents the convergence of three scorching hot properties (Roshe, Flywire and ‘Tiffany’ colorway), so it’s a good idea to be swift in checking out more photos below because they’ll be gone just as fast at Nike Sportswear retailers like Oneness.

Nike Roshe Run DYN FW QS
Night Stadium/Medium Grey-Sport Turquoise
580579-030

 

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