A Detailed Look At The NikeLab Roshe Two Premium

The Nike Roshe Two is finally here and it’s wasting no time getting premium Flyknit and leather overhauls for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2016 season. NikeLab has created a totally new construction on the sequel to Dylan Raasch’s iconic creation with the introduction of the NikeLab Roshe Two Premium, two leather builds that showcase the simple silhouette in a refined lifestyle look perfect for any occasion.

The NikeLab Roshe Two Premium benefits from a Vachetta Tan colorway that takes a monochromatic approach. A neoprene sock liner adds a matching premium comfort while a boldly stitched Swoosh highlights the side panels. A simple yet effective black colorway is also available and features a matte nubuck-esque finish to contrast the underlying mesh on the heel and tongue.

Select shops like UNDFTD have already started stocking these two luxurious gems stateside while Shelflife has the international markets covered. What do you think of the Roshe Two Premium? Check out more detailed shots below and stay tuned for more updates right here on Sneaker News.

Source: Shelflife

NikeLab Roshe Two Premium

Color: Vachetta Tan/Vachetta Tan-White
Style Code: 876521-200

NikeLab Roshe Two Premium

Color: Black/Black-White
Style Code: 876521-001

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