Neither my shins nor lungs were happy when I agreed to exclusively run in the Nike Roshe Womens White Outlet
for a few weeks. In retrospect, I couldn't be that upset because the opportunity coincidentally aligned with my renewed interest in to getting back in shape after a long period of being flabby and sick. With my high school and collegiate track & field career behind me, I couldn’t help but be intrigued by how one of Nike’s marquee shoes would hold up when it came to performance.Looking to recapture its former glory, it appears Nike is set to release the sequel to its original Roshe, the Roshe Two. In a story from Nike Blog, we get our first look at the Two and while it maintains the general aesthetic of the One, the design has been updated with subtle changes with the overlay and outsole being the most noticeable of design tweaks. The collar also features more of an inner bootie design than the previous Roshe and the prominent Swoosh on the mid panel overlay also gets an upgrade in styling going from a printed one to one that now appears to be embossed.
The Nike Trainerendor has quickly become Nike's newest cult-favorite sneaker of 2013. It's categorized, by Nike, as an "Off-Mountain Shoe," which denotes it as a sneaker that's designed for wearing after snowboarding. The cool thing about the Nike Roshe Womens Blue Online Shopping
was that it came out of nowhere, and built and an organic hype without Nike marketing the sneaker or there being overly hyped releases. And the Trainerendor did the same thing, too. Of course, it's impossible to not note the silhouette being collaborated on by Stussy and Poler, but people were still buying the black-and-white version before word of the collabs hit the Internet.
Back in May, we got a first look at the Nike Roshe Womens Navy at Wholesale Price
and Flyknit mashup. The blend features two of Nike's most popular styles, combining the performance benefits of a knitted upper with the sleek silo and comfort of a Roshe. The best look yet at these upcoming sneakers just surfaced and the combination really is amazing. The Roshe Run Flyknits feature a Free midsole, which we've already seen on the Natural Motion iteration of the Roshe, a vibrant Flyknit upper, and contrasting black overlay detailing. Overall, the unmistakable Roshe Run silhouette remains intact for this new offering.
To celebrate the U.S. Women's National Team's World Cup win, one customizer took it upon himself to update the lifestyle version of the Nike Mercurial Superfly.Instead of its traditional Free tooling, Jester of 3R has created the Nike Roshe Womens Clearance Sale
. It's about as straightforward as it sounds, swapping the Free midsole for the Roshe's cozy cushioning. The upper's been given a "diamond dusted" treatment, adding a celebratory gleam, while 3M tabs and heel star branding round out the details. Each pair is accompanied by a handcrafted boot bag composed of premium leather.Each size of the Mercurial Superfly Roshe will be created in a run of three, so if you're interested, it's probably best to lock one down now.
Nike is going all-in with its latest hybrid as another round of Nike Roshe Womens Wholesale
have been released.Courtesy of Nike Blog, five new colorways of the upcoming model have been posted including a really clean "White/Obsidian" colorway. This latest preview, along with the four previously seen, brings the total to nine upcoming colorways. However, no official release information has been mentioned. Considering this silhouette is a perfect summer option, we anticipate a release to be coming sooner than later.It's not quite the same, though, as this Roshe Two Flyknit features textured ridges at the toe and tongue area. The sneaker's side panels then shift to a flat striped knit before finishing with a crosshatched design at the heel. All in all, it's one of the most interesting executions of Flyknit tech we've seen so far.