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Nike Roshe Run NM Breeze – Yellow – Volt

May 1, 2014 BY / 1

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This new Nike Roshe Run has got to be one of the more confusing sneakers in recent memory simply in terms of its official model name. It’s got the Natural Motion sole so we can understand the NM suffix, but the “Breeze” part is a little confusing. When that airy treatment was given to the Nike Air Max range it was officially being billed as “Breathe”, so the slight switch up is a head-scratcher. Not to mention the Roshe Run was a shoe that let plenty of air in from the beginning, so it seems like there aren’t too many improvements to be made in that realm. Get familiar with the shoes after the break and let us know in the comments if you’re feeling the Nike Roshe Run NM build more than the standard one.

Source: Sole Movement




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Took
Took

Really feelin the half colored sole. Should be standard on Roshe's going forward



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