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NIKE ROSHE RUN The Nike Roshe Run is a light weight, breatheable sneaker that made its debut 2012. Read here for the latest Nike Roshe Run information, release dates, and prices.

Nike Roshe Run NM – Military Blue – Orange

April 6th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Roshe Run has had a busy run in these past two years, and has given us countless offshoots of the popular silhouette like this Nike Roshe Run Natural Motion. We received a preview via Nikestore late last week of a new military blue look and now it looks like the model is headed to other retailers. The sneaker receives an updated subtly speckled outsole reminiscent of the Free line, while this military blue variation mixes a mesh toebox with a solid side-panel for contrast.  Orange accents add a New York Mets/Knicks aesthetic for good measure. Be sure to get with us after the click for a better look at this upcoming Nike Roshe Run NM and let us know if you plan on grabbing a pair in the near future.

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Nike Roshe Run Natural Motion “World Cup Pack”

April 4th, 2014 by | 8 comments

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The Nike Roshe Run NM continues to get patriotic with these country committed releases. It appears that the pairs in question are World Cup tie ins, although the “W” in their name actually reference their White Label status. And let’s not forget that the associated nations, Brazil, England, and the newly revealed France, definitely love their footie. The Brazil and England that we’ve seen before are launching this weekend, but the France among them remains tougher to track down in terms of release dates. Continue reading to get the rest of the photos and check back in on Sneaker News to find out when the new Nike Roshe Run in question will be available.

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Liberty x Nike Sportswear Summer 2014 Footwear Collection

April 4th, 2014 by | 118 comments

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Alright so the next Liberty x Nike Sportswear collection is actually a bigger one than we’d let on in the first set of images. Not pictured in that crop were the bluish purple leaning pairs, which include the Blazer, the Air Max 90, and another wedge sneaker Dunk Sky High and Nike Roshe Run offering. Which of the two groups are you feeling more? Tell us down in the comments and watch for these styles using the Liberty Lora and Liberty Crown fabrics to launch exclusively in Liberty London on April 7, and at Nike retailers globally from May 7.

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Nike Women’s Roshe Run Gradient – Black – White

April 3rd, 2014 by | 2 comments

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How did it take this long for gradient Roshe Runs to become a thing? We’re finally getting a steady stream of pairs featuring the fade, although all the ones we’ve spotted to date have been women’s releases. This new black and white version, which starts with the crispy white Roshe bottom and eventually starts sliding into the black just under the Swoosh, is another one of those. See a couple of extra photos of this brand new Nike Roshe Run, let us know in the comments if you’re a fan, and then get yours today from Concepts in Boston if you approve.

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Liberty London x Nike Sportswear – Summer 2014 Collection

April 2nd, 2014 by | 10 comments

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April of 2014 promises a whole new set of Liberty x Nike releases for the women. Actually many of the silhouettes utilized are the ones you’d expect from the team up, like the wedge sneaker staple Nike Dunk Sky High or the all important Nike Roshe Run, but the prints applied to them are ones that we’ve not yet seen in this on-going NSW team up. Continue reading for a quick glimpse at this new floral collection from Liberty London and Nike and stay tuned to see the rest of the models right here on Sneaker News.

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Nike Roshe Run NM “Great Britain” + “Brazil” – Release Date

April 2nd, 2014 by | 7 comments

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The Nike Roshe Run “Great Britain” and the Nike Roshe Run “Brazil” will both release on April 5th, 2014. These two editions for the beloved zen design are actually of the NM persuasion, which means that the outsole allows for a little bit more flex than your standard Roshe Run design. We’re wary about immediately designated any flag-bearing sneaker as a World Cup one, but given the football fan status of the two countries in question we would say it’s not too big of a stretch this time around. See these two new Nike Roshe Runs below and tell us in the comments which of them you’re after.

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Nike Roshe Run GS “Turbo Green”

March 31st, 2014 by | 2 comments

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Yes, even the Nike Roshe Run has GS exclusives these days. And what do they consist of? This new colorway has kind of a vague “South Beach” vibe to it thanks to the combination of that turquoise looking turbo green and the bright crimson utilized on the laces. Then again we’re pretty far removed from the peak of that theme’s power, so maybe the Nike Sportswear folk have long since stepped away from orienting non-LeBrons towards the combo in question. Continue reading for the full glimpse at them and remember that you can pick up this Nike Roshe Run GS pair today from the team at Major DC.

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