Nike Roshe Run – Fall 2012

June 27, 2012 BY

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Are you ready for more of the Nike Roshe Run? With that attractive $70 price tag it’s hard not to go back to the well at least a couple of times on these, as any who owns a pair can attest to. You already know that down the stretch there are some premium and digital camo pairs in the works, but keeping it close to what initially set the sneaker off so well Nike does have some basics coming down the pipeline as well. You’ve got the Knicks colorway in there, a redux of the red and white that brings in a bit more of the latter, a green/black, and then one of the more high energy of the group the blue glow on volt combo. Hit the jump with us to peep each one and let us know which of these Fall 2012 Nike Roshe Run’s you’ll be scooping up. Photos: Soleroom


Nike Roshe Run
Dark Royal Blue/Team Orange-Volt
511881-483

Nike Roshe Run
Black/Stadium Green-Volt
511881-037

Nike WMNS Roshe Run
Challenge Red/White-Volt
511882-600

Nike WMNS Roshe Run
Blue Glow/Volt-Volt
511882-600

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