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The Man Behind The Roshe Shows Us His Latest Footscape-Inspired Creation

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Nike Sportswear Design Director Dylan Raasch is known for his creation of the Zen inspired Roshe Run. The shoe’s simplicity, elegant design, and overall wearability when grouped together with how affordable that shoe is made it a smash hit. His next creation takes aim at the Footscape Chukka, as he’s reused the bottom as a base for the upcoming Nike Footscape Route. The shoe exudes a bit of the Nike Air Huarache Light as well given the structure of the mudguard and heel, but the extension of the nylon boot makes this a shoe made for treacherous winter conditions. The lacing system goes up the entirety of the high top while a draw string addition on the heel allows one to tighten the fit. Check out more photos of the latest Footscape-inspired boot created by the Roshe Run designer and let us know what you think of the winter inclined model in the comments.

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