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Nike Flyknit Roshe Run ‘Midnight Fog’

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Nike Sportswear’s Flyknit-constructed Roshe Run is set to pop up soon in a clean Black/Black-Midnight Fog colorway. Reminiscent of the original drop’s “Sequoia” colorway, the latest Flyknit Roshe couples a predominately black look with hits of dark grey to both the Free-inspired NM sole unit and knit upper. Look for the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run “Midnight Fog” to hit NSW spots  as soon as September 20.


Footlocker x Nike x Adidas ‘Triple Black’ Pack

Foot Locker Triple BlackSportswear retailer Foot Locker has teamed up with Nike and adidas Originals to release an exclusive “Triple Black” collection. As the name suggests, the offering sees sought-after sneakers from both brands in black on black on black colour schemes. Consisting of the well-liked ZX Flux, Air Huarache, Air Max 1, Air Trainer 1 Low and Roshe Run Woven silhouettes, the ”Triple Black” collection will be available exclusively at Foot Locker Europe beginning August 4

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Nike Roshe Run Woven Spring Summer 14

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Nike is back with some new shoes which are basically just hammocks for your feet. With their woven upper, the new Summer 2014 versions of the Roshe Run Woven are super-breathable, and super-comfortable. They’re available now in grey/gold and black/fuchsia.

Nike Roshe Run Hyerfuse ‘Monochromatic’ Pack’


Nike returns with a new pack of their Roshe Run Hyperfuse for the Spring 2014 season. The range features 4 new colorways, three of which are monochromatic Spring inspired colors, while the third is a black and neon colorway that looks like someone chopped up the other three and stitched them into a single shoe. Personally love the Red colourway but maybe be a bit Yeezy 😦

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Nike Sportswear White Label 2014 Roshe Run Collection Preview



Nike Sportswear White Label introduces its latest take on the Nike Roshe Run. Incorporating the colours from two of the most prevalent national teams in football, the modified silhouette sees changes in many areas. Changes include the switching of the EVA foam outsole in favour of a Nike Free sole, streamline/simple uppers have been replaced by structured Tech Fleece material, and the past minimal branding now sees the “NIKE” name covering the entire heel. Priced at $160 AUD (approximately £110), the Nike Sportswear White Label “Brazil” and “England” can be found over at Prime, while it is expected that more national colourways will be released as the World Cup draws near.

Nike Roshe Run Graphic


Nike‘s sleeper hit of 2012, the Roshe Run, gets some new colourways this month with the release of the Graphic Pack. Coming in Obsidian and Deep Royal Blue, Vivid Sulfur and Tour Yellow, and Atomic Teal and Crystal Mint, this latest version of the Roshe features floral graphics across the mesh upper. New colorways aside, the shoes retain the same Phylon midsole and Solarsoft insole that we’ve all come to love. Buy the latest Roshe Styles HERE

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Nike Sportswear Roshe Run Premium NRG

Despite its overall simplicity in design, the Roshe Run has been a runaway hit for Nike within a short few seasons. First marked by breathable and undoubtedly more sports-minded uppers made of mesh, some premium offerings have begun to trickle in to slightly change the context of the shoe. The Roshe Run Premium NRG brings to the table new material ways comprised of waterproof nubuck and oilcloth. Both colourways seen here will be available at Nike Sportswear retailers globally this season.

Nike Roshe Run Premium


The Roche Run has been one of my favourite styles over the summer and two new colorways of the Premium edition have emerged from the Winter 2012 Collection. The new versions of the popular sneaker come in Dark Royal Blue/Neutral-Sunburst-Neutral and Black/Rave Pink-Medium Olive-Sandtrap options which are both very effective. Releasing in October.




Nike Roshe Run Autumn Winter 2012

The Nike Roshe Run sneaker has become one of the biggest successes for Nike with a brand new silhouette. We see the shoe all over the place and stores keep telling us that they cannot keep up with demand. We have to admit, we did not see it coming when we saw first samples of the lifestyle running shoe, but it looks very nice and is extremely comfortable as well. Nike keeps the momentum up and presents new colorways for Winter 2012.