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Nike WMNS Roshe Run – Cool Grey – Black – Wolf Grey – Volt

December 3, 2013 BY / 0

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Nike Sportswear’s brilliant Roshe Run begins its third year in 2014. Expect more varieties than ever before, and plenty of new takes on the classic lowtop build. Here’s a new Nike Roshe Run for women, a pair that’s mostly black with a bit of Cool and Wolf Grey added in. The key here is how these grey shades are worked in, with this Roshe Run Print giving us a brand new pattern that’s somewhere between Safari print and one of Liberty’s more abstract floral designs. Have another look at these below, then pre-order yours ahead of the January delivery from Titolo.

Nike WMNS Roshe Run Print
Color: Cool Grey/Black-Wolf Grey-Volt
Style: 599432-002

Source: Titolo

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