September 1, 2013 BY John Kim / 2
The Nike Roshe Run was such a success that Nike simply couldn’t leave it behind for the colder months. We got a glimpse of this Nike Roshe Run Sneakerboot in our October 2013 preview, and like last winter’s model it takes the ubiquitous silhouette of the Roshe and hits it with some heavier materials like a quilted canvas on the toebox while a soft suede panel dresses the upper in a rugged outdoor-ready aesthetic. The hiking inspired lacing system includes metal eyelets that work perfectly with the whole outdoorsman theme. Look below for a full image of this upcoming winterized Roshe Run and pre-order your pair now at End.