Released just days after the February 2013 nor’easter finally dissipated, the ‘Murray Park Winter’ Rose 3.5 represented Derrick Roses’ childhood winters playing in the frigid conditions outside at Chicago’s Murray Park. It’s possible the adidas D Rose 4 pictured above is a successor to this release, but no matter the theme, it’s inarguable that the purple and blue combo is similarly outside the wheelhouse of a shoe that sees most of its action in that unmistakable black and red. Stick with Sneaker News to find out more on these and all the upcoming Rose 4 drops and take a closer look at this one below in the meantime.
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