[messages] [Module Design] Nike Roshe Run fits in quite well with any designs

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Mon Apr 20 11:06:50 CEST 2015


Metallic Gold Roshe Runs anyone? We learned that there were plenty of
fans in regards to the combination when Nike dropped its Hypervenom
Collection. That pair proved to be the perfect example of accessible
luxury – the Roshe providing the simple comfort in a silhouette
that’s always readily available while the metallic gold hints added
some prestige.  This quiet shoe continues to make booming waves in the
sneaker game as we get a first look at four new colorways of the nike
roshe run nz[1]. Consider the two counterparts meshed together have been
some of Nike’s most popular products over the last two years,
there’s no doubt that the amalgam of the two will be equally prolific
in the sneaker scene. These are starting to hit retailers around the
globe, so get an on-feet look at the four colorways.

Foot Locker Europe has crafted the new “Back to Black” collection,
which gatheres silhouettes from Nike and adidas and informally groups
them together based on them adhering to the darkest end of the
colorblocking spectrum. You’ve seen some of these before, like the
Nike Huarache pair, but there are also brand new sneakers included like
an all black nike roshe run[2] and an adidas ZX Flux that has kind of a
Jordan Future feel. This Nike Roshe Run HYP takes the gold rush a step
further as the mesh gets dressed in the shade while side panels get an
array of black lines to match the lining and branding. This particular
Roshe is of the HYP variety (note the tape-seam lace collar), and more
importantly, is available at select retailers around the globe.

There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the prospect of the nike roshe
online[3] receiving Flyknit on the upper, and the model is one of the
more lady friendly models in the Swoosh catalogue  The latest WMNS
release sees that poison dart frog like pattern subtly covering the
entire cargo khaki green base while a surprising bit of mint green hits
the medial side, lining and Swoosh. Graphic prints have been becoming a
lot more common with Nike Sportswear footwear offerings lately,
haven’t they? These streaks on the upper of this new Nike Roshe Run is
taken from a few Air Max 90 Jacquard releases that have popped up
recently, although this sporty look does fit in quite well with any of
the Swoosh’s designs.

[1] http://www.newtonsport.co.nz/nike-roshe-run
[2] http://www.newtonsport.co.nz/nike-roshe-run
[3] http://www.newtonsport.co.nz/nike-roshe-run


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