August 7, 2014 BY Brendan Dunne
The majority of the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run pairs that we’ve seen to date make use of the Magista-like patterning across the upper with black borders blocking off little cells. Making that treatment a little less visible is this new pair, which instead focusing on mixing up two different shades of the knit texture on the shoe. It’s unclear whether or not these two sneakers belong to the same pair, but for what it’s worth we’ve not seen the asymmetric approach yet in some Nike Roshe Runs. Check out the full preview below and tell us in the comments if you’re feeling this Nike Flyknit Roshe Run.