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Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse – Light Crimson – Pure Platinum – Black

October 5, 2013 BY / 0

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The Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse debuted last month with four Quickstrike colorways each offering their own take on two-tone color distributions. Here we see a new blocking pattern for a similar kind of look, as this new Light Crimson and black style makes its first appearance today. In addition to the new layout, these show us our first look at a novel ticking pattern along the tongue and heel ribbons. These shifts serve notice that not only is there plenty left to do with the Roshe Run HYP, the Nike Roshe Run family as a whole has a limitless set of possibilities still to explore. No word yet on a release date for these, but a sample pair is depicted further below and available now from madsolar on eBay.

Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse
Color: Light Crimson/Pure Platinum-Black Pn-Laser C
Style Code: 636220-600


Source: madsolar

Filed under: eBay Nike Roshe Upcoming Sneakers

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