Nike Roshe Run Mid Winter

Nike’s Winter and Fall releases have flooded or timelines and internet screens for the passed several weeks and there seems to be some interesting releases coming to shelves, some with a more unique spin on withstanding the cold than others. The Nike Rosherun has already been dubbed a fan favorite, from it’s comfort to its simplicity – Nike has also taken a no holds barred approach to exploring possibilities in design ideas. This Winter Mid is no different.

Donning suede and canvas stitched uppers, the color offering is nothing of the wild sort but more so the visual construction techniques that make this a possible winter favorite.

The incorporated visual aesthetics of this mid-cut sneaker resemble a winter coat, in my opinion. Clasp style lace eyelets, cross- stitched patterning and suede material construction easily point out that this sneaker is one with colder-area residing Roshe enthusiasts.

The Newsprint toned outsole flawlessly encompasses the entire transition from Volt to Total Crimson and caps it off nicely with a muted color choice.

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Titolo is currently taking pre-orders for the Volt/Newsprint pair, while UK’s End will be offering the black pair. Both have an expected ship date of October.

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