If the Nike Roshe Run High and other Rosherun derivatives are to live up to their namesake’s now lofty reputation, simple two-tone looks are a great place to start. It worked well on the Iguana colorway we showed you first, as well as the Black/Sail and Sport Red styles that have been abundantly restocked to consumer delight. There’s also a Tarp Green/Volt makeup like one of the summer 2013 releases, so stick with Sneaker News to see if other well established styles get ported over and let us know your thoughts on the ongoing Roshe explosion.
This is an abomination. Nike is trying to milk the Rosherun frenzy just like they've been doing with Foamposites since '09. This shoe is hideous and will sit on shelves because if the lows retail for $70, these will probably $100 and not worth it at all.