February 17, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne / 28
Is the Roshe Run doing the country pack thing? We’ve seen the sneakers go with a city to city theme previously, but this is the first indication that upcoming releases might zoom out a bit in their scope. Shown is the Nike Roshe Run NM “Great Britain” – that moniker being derived from the Union Jack logo that shoes up on the tongue of the shoes. As far as we can tell that’s the only patriotic bit, but it’s certainly possible that the soles have a little bit of that flavor as well. Get with us after the break for the full angles and stay tuned for word on the retail arrival of this new Nike Roshe Run style.
Source: Street Thing
@danalani Oooooo killem! Dems is fyah. Cop fo sure
@sneakernews these a must cop !!
@trreeey I'd like it a ton if the flag was the design of the entire shoe. That's what I expected lol
@sneakernews those are badass
@davejmfinch I really really want to but they'd totally get trashed in the rain!
@KoonGriffeyJr oh word, yeah that'd be dope too. I love those kicks, plus Roshe is easily the most comfortable shoe I've worn.
@EuropeanSteph ill cop you those if you get me some Olympic 6's ✊
@MarkFrancisDeGuzman where at?!
@danalani theyre not out yet, might be warmer and dryer by the time you strap them on!
@trreeey I gotta get a pair for summer wear
@KoonGriffeyJr yup. got a couple pair, they suck in the winter.