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Nike Roshe Run – “Leopard”

Nike is set to drop another unique colorway in their popular Roshe Run line, and this one could take the cake as the most unusual colorway. This Roshe Run colorway get’s a leopard print base that features orange and black accents spotted throughout the shoe. The laces even get a pattern added to its design. […]

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Nike Roshe Run Vent – Fiberglass / Squadron Blue

Originally released as a simple, low cost, comfortable runner the Roshe Run has undergone a number of transformations as Nike have looked to capitalise on the model’s popularity. The latest to be revealed was the Roshe Run “Hyperfuse” which we now know is known as the Vent. Among the colorways starting to hit retailers is […]

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Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse QS Pack

The Roshe Run silhouette has undoubtedly been a rising superstar for Nike. Eager sneakerheads camped out for the Roshe Run Fb ‘Black/Mint’ earlier this year after it was tagged with the midas touch “Yeezy” colorway for crying out loud! What started as a barebones walking shoe has spun off to add more premium materials, such […]

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Random Rants by @Weaverthegreat

The Random Rants section has so far been MidwestSole’s domain, but I feel like blowing off some steam so I’m hijacking the section for the day. So here’s a few things that have been on my mind… 1. Roshe Run’s. They’re everywhere, they come in a multitude of different colorways and materials and you can […]

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Size? x Nike Roshe Run “Urban Safari”

British retailers Size? The semi boutique half of JD Sports follows up last weeks releases of the Air Max Light and Toki with the second half of their “Urban Safari” package, a pair of ACG styled Roshe Runs. Both the black/pink and sand/blue pairs are formed of mesh uppers with both sporting speckled midsoles. The […]

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Nike Roshe Run hits Nike ID

To all the #teamRoshe fanatics out there, Nike brings joyous news with the Roshe Run being available to customize through their Nike ID program beginning this coming Monday on April 8th. The Roshe Run has been a runaway hit with its low entry point and heavenly comfort, making it a hit with sneakerheads everywhere. Most […]

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