June 23, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
For those lucky enough to wear the overlapping sizes, there is hardly any distinction between the Nike Roshe Run and its WMNS counterpart. The whole spectrum is universally appealing and even Liberty is now crafting iD colorways for both genders. With that in mind, you can put it on the board that this one is going to be a popular 1.5-up, a burgundy Rosherun in original mesh with navy blue Swoosh, white midsole and mint sockliner. Trail-ish ticked laces and white eyelets take these to another level as you’ll see below, check them out then stay tuned to Sneaker News for release info.
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