Khaki Hues Settle On The Nike Lunar Roam

The new runner keeps surfacing in new colorways.

Khaki Hues Settle On The Nike Lunar Roam

The Nike Lunar Roam continues the legacy of one of the most innovative cushioning systems of the early 2010s, marrying a Lunarlon Foam midsole with an updated upper suitable for lifestyle wear.

It doesn’t warrant the same “tech runner” distinction as another Beaverton silhouette in the Nike Vomero 5, abiding by a more modern aesthetic with a sleek, all-mesh base. Even still, retro design DNA is made apparent through Flywire cables at the quarter among other subtle yet impactful choices.

Several new and upcoming colorways have been revealed thus far, and now a new “Khaki” pair adds to the Lunar Roam’s growing catalog. TPU portions of the base near the toe, eyestays, and collar add contrast in a slightly darker shade, while the Flywire, pull tabs, and toe and heel sections of the outsole present in grey. It’s an agreeable colorway for both casual consumers and sneakerheads all the same, fusing contemporary colors with legacy sneaker tech.

No release date has been set at the time of this writing, but expect pairs to hit shelves in the near future for $150. In the meantime, enjoy a detailed look below and tap our Sneaker Release Dates page for a full preview of upcoming Beaverton brand deliveries.

Keeping pace in the Nike Running department, check out the latest info surrounding the Nike Pegasus 41 dropping June 2024.

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