May 21, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 4
The Nike Roshe Run is a shoe that’s long since abandoned its solidly colored roots. Again pushing the limits of what the sneaker is capable of, this new version slaps on a trippy tie-dye look. The material across the upper doesn’t appear to be the original mesh stuff either, with a smoother set up in place (But can you imagine how crazy these would look across a mesh surface?). There’s no word yet on US availability, but it seems like all of the Roshe styles have made their way to the US at one time or another, so you shouldn’t fret too much just yet. Get the rest of the photos below and if you’re so inclined, pick up the Nike Roshe Run “Tie-Dye” now from Solebox.
Nike Roshe Run
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You're wrong about one thing, Sneakernews. There have been a good number of colorways that have never released in the US. Take the highest quality Roshes yet, the original Premium Roshes, which only dropped in Asia. Earlier this year, there was the Winter White Swoosh Pack, also an Asia-exclusive. Currently, only European and Asian retailers have pairs of the Roshe Run Canvas model.
There's no guarantee these will be coming to the US, so if you REALLY want them, cop them while you can.
@GTFan712 Where can I?! I've looked everywhere and found nothing! :(