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Nike Roshe Run Winter Mid – Upcoming Colorways

June 19, 2013 BY / 2

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Do you ever feel like you just want to wear Nike Roshes year round? The original, mesh style of that shoe doesn’t really allowed you to do so, as any sort of inclement weather will have your feet reeling from the decision. Would would be more appropriate is the Nike Roshe Run Winter Mid, a shoe that’s got a slightly sturdier build to it. There are also some subtle boot stylings, like the addition of metal eyelets running up the lace lines. Continue reading to see the latest crop of pairs and stay tuned for the upcoming release of this remixed Roshe.


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Nikelife
Nikelife

Then maybe you can help me. What is the appeal of these shoes? Is it the ridiculous amount of colorways? Is it the price? Can't be the looks cause they look like an elf running slipper. WHAT IS IT?!



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