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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 – April 2014 Preview

February 26th, 2014 by | 10 comments

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The Nike Roshe Run phenomenon continues this April with two new variations of the stunning model. New to the Roshe family is this Mesh-built upper with a colored underlay as well as that popular “Split” colorblocking on the midsole. In addition, the new Slip-On Roshes are due for a release as well – a shoe that offers plenty of potential for cracking that Summer-time sneaker rotation. Take a gander at the two other releases that are promised for April and let us know which pair you’re looking forward to the most.

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Yuko Kanatani x Nike Roshe Run “Midnight Craftwork”

February 25th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Roshe Run is a sneaker that’s been pretty quiet to date as far as collaborations go, as Euro sneaker chain Size? has been the only place to get their hands on any SMUs so far. Chipping in is Yuko Kanatani who has crafted the Nike Roshe Run “Midnight Craftwork” that will show up at select NSW retailers and on Nikestore starting February 28th. The shoes are part of a greater capsule of women’s gear from Nike that all feature the artistic print in question. Continue reading for more angles on the sneakers and watch for more Roshe Run news right here.

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Nike Womens Roshe Run Print – Laser Crimson – Bright Grape

February 24th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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When the Roshe Run first showed it up it was pretty clear that the sneaker would eventually move on to graphic prints and the like given the blank slate sort of upper it provided. Indeed in 2014 those are commonplace, and we’ve seen all sorts of patterns attached. The latest is rather simple in comparison what with the color fade than runs across the upper from bright grape to laser crimson. Get a look at the shoes after the break and tell us in the comments if you’re feeling this new WMNS Nike Roshe Run.

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Nike Roshe Run White Label “Brazil”

February 22nd, 2014 by | 4 comments

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When we first showed you pictures of the Nike Roshe Run NM “Great Britain” last week, we asked if that reveal meant that Nike was releasing some sort of country pack of Nike Roshe Runs. Now, with this Nike Roshe Run White Label “Brazil”, we seem to have answered that question. The shoe’s colorway itself is actually different from most Brazil colorways because the traditional yellow, green, and blue are only used as accents on the heel, swoosh, and liner/laces respectively. Much like the “Great Britain” pair, the upper on the is dressed in grey tech fleece, and the tongue tab features the flag of the namesake country. Let us know in the comments how you feel about these and scoop them up today from shops like Prime if you like them.

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Nike Roshe Run Natural Motion – Available

February 21st, 2014 by | 1 comment

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We’re almost at the two-year point with the Nike Roshe Run, and already we’ve gotten more variations on the popular minimalist silhouette than you could probably name. The latest version is perhaps even more zen’d-out in the sense that it’s built to conform to your foot’s innate structure, as the Nike Roshe Run NM combines the most popular casual sneaker in the world with a Free-like Natural Motion sole. These switch up the upper materials a little as well and secure the front of the saddle with a rubberized Hyperfuse weld, and the lacing is substantially different as well, so you’ll want to take a closer look after the jump, then cop yours at NSW retailers like Premier.

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Nike Roshe Run NM “Great Britain”

February 17th, 2014 by | 29 comments

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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.

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Nike Roshe Run – Glacier Ice – Purple Fade

February 11th, 2014 by | 13 comments

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Remember the “Calypso” Roshe Run that had a long run as the most sought after of Nike Roshe Runs? Echoing the approach breezy colors and the OG mesh build is this new pair, which features a combo of glacier ice and purple fade. Yes the Roshe is these days seen in increasingly outlandish prints and materials, but it’s good to know someone back at NSW in Beaverton is still taking time to whip up impeccably clean versions like this. See the shoes after the break and get yours now straight from End Clothing if you don’t want to wait for their US arrival.

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