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Nike Roshe Run “Supremo” Customs by kikeronincheese

September 26, 2013 BY / 9

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Yes the Nike Roshe Run was available in some Liberty of London versions, but most of the patterns selected for that project weren’t of the floral sort. Finally planting some flowers on the shoes is this new creation from kikeronincheese. What’s more those flowers are borrowed from Supreme’s recent Power, Corruption, and Lies collection. The creator even slapped a little “Supremo” box logo tag on the forefoot of the sneakers. See some more angles on this Nike Roshe Run after the break and let us know if you’d wear a pair.











Source: kikeronincheese

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9 comments
kaiiriememe
kaiiriememe

how do i purchase this shoe's design?

DimeBagOfSwoosh
DimeBagOfSwoosh

More pics of the chick please!

But yeah, the shoes are dope too.

Rikkefolkmann
Rikkefolkmann

When will they hit the stores?? I LOVE THEM! 

Carnelp
Carnelp

Bra she thick, but those roshe are dope!



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