Nike Roshe Run Print “Sunrise & Blue Sky”

May 21st, 2014 by / 37

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The adidas ZX Flux might have more buzz at the moment thanks to the upcoming customizable pairs, but that doesn’t mean that the Nike Roshe Run is just going to bow out and let that shoe have the crown for printed pairs. Drumming up plenty of excitement already are the Nike Roshe Run “Sunrise” and Nike Roshe Run “Blue Sky” pairs here, which have a few Roshe devotees nervous given their slow arrival in the US. Continue reading to see some more images on the anticipated releases and then get in touch with Titolo if you’re feeling antsy about purchasing.

Source: Titolo

Nike Roshe Run “Blue Sky”
Style Code:
511881-114

Nike Roshe Run “Sunrise”
Style Code:
511881-415




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37 comments
Jordan Hecutsa
Jordan Hecutsa

I kinda like them, I would never wear them I think they're cool Adam J. O'Connor

Dmitriy Zimin
Dmitriy Zimin

So is the summertime pack gone? The one that included all 3 summertime theme roshes? This one, the sunset and the sunrise were all together

Brian Shim
Brian Shim

just saw this too haha Jonathan Kim

valdeaunia
valdeaunia

Somebody put Drake's head on the 'Blue Sky' pack.

JFresh_136
JFresh_136

Fluxes and Roshes are probably the best shoes for graphics,  especially natural ones. 

marvelkicks
marvelkicks

Somebody please when will this hit store very desprite to know and is titolo a trusted site please reply

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