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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 Flyknit – August 2014 Releases

August 1st, 2014 by | 11 comments

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This quiet shoe continues to make booming waves in the sneaker game as we get a first look at four new colorways of the Nike Roshe Run Flyknit. Consider the two counterparts meshed together have been some of Nike’s most popular products over the last two years, there’s no doubt that the amalgam of the two will be equally prolific in the sneaker scene. These are starting to hit retailers around the globe, so get an on-feet look at the four colorways below and stay tuned for U.S. release info.

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Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse – Atomic Red – Black

August 1st, 2014 by | 1 comment

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Graphic prints have been becoming a lot more common with Nike Sportswear footwear offerings lately, haven’t they? These streaks on the upper of this new Nike Roshe Run is taken from a few Air Max 90 Jacquard releases that have popped up recently, although this sporty look does fit in quite well with any of the Swoosh’s designs. This particular Roshe is of the HYP variety (note the tape-seam lace collar), and more importantly, is available at select retailers around the globe. Get a better look below and keep up with us for more Roshe updates.

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Nike Roshe Run Print – Challenge Red – Deep Royal Blue

July 31st, 2014 by | 2 comments

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Usually when the Nike Roshe Run goes graphic, the results are a bit less subtle than this. The latest print pair manages to keep its printed status nearly hidden, as the upper’s challenge red base only gets the streaky darkened look in some scattered areas. Elsewhere the shoe wears deep royal blue, hyper cobalt, and then the standard white for the kit along the bottom. If you’re interested, see some extra images for this new Roshe Run with us after the break and watch for word on a US stockist right here.

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Nike Roshe Run Mid “Sewn Toe”

July 31st, 2014 by | 1 comment

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This new Nike Roshe Run pair might just be the most non-Roshe looking pair that we’ve ever seen as far as that official designation is concerned. The shoe starts out distanced from the typical build thanks to its Nike Roshe Run Mid setup, but from there it goes even further by replacing all the old materials and even putting a strange Tiempo-like bit of stitching down on the toebox. Get a better look at the Nike Roshe Run Mid “Sewn Toe” with us after the break and let us know in the comments if this is a pair you’re feeling.

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10 Sneaker Headlines To Remember From July 2014

July 30th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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Can you believe that summer is almost over? We’ve only got one more month of this sort of perfect sneaker weather, and then it’s back to school time (for most of you). As we’re closing the books on another wild month in sneaker releases and headlines, we are again coming through with a highlight reel of sorts featuring the biggest stories that showed up across the past month. It’s been said plenty of times before that the pace for sneaker releases in the Summer is a tad slower, but there have nonetheless been some pretty noteworthy items showing up across the past 30 days.

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Nike Roshe Run NM “Grey Suede”

July 30th, 2014 by | 2 comments

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Sure, the Nike Roshe Run hasn’t seen a true and through sequel, but the Swoosh has kept people interested in the near-classic silhouette that debuted 2 summers ago with a bevy of alterations like this Nike Roshe Run NM. Capturing the “natural motion” of the running silhouette, the shoe features a slimmed down outsole and added support similar to that seen on the hyperfuse renditions. Today we get a look at a premium all suede pair, one with a¬†predominately¬†grey aesthetic. Add in a clean white leather swoosh and a contrasting black logo on the medial side and this is one of the more casual takes on the Roshe yet. What do you think of the Roshe Run getting a suede treatment? Stick around after the click for a better look and know that you can pick up this pair from international spots like Suppa today.

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Nike Flyknit Roshe Run “Neo Turquoise”

July 28th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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The Nike Roshe Run started off as a bare-boned, no-frills package of mesh and foam that would appeal to consumers looking for a lower-priced Nike sneaker. What happened after the initial run of $70 Roshes was nothing short of a phenomenon, as an entire Roshe-cored category run by Dylan Raasch is now one of the key pushes for all of Nike Sportswear. We are beginning to see the Roshe get beefed up with Nike’s innovative bits, with Hyperfuse, Natural Motion, and other upgrades being implemented on the base-model shoe. But Flyknit takes it to another level, with a Magista-like weave and some intense colorways like this Neo Turquoise rendition drawing a ton of attention from NSW fanatics around the globe. These are now available at retailers overseas like UK’s Size?, so get a detailed look below and stay tuned for availability at U.S. retailers.

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