Nike Roshe Run Metric

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

The Nike Roshe Run has skyrocketed in popularity since hitting the footwear scene, and with releases like the Nike Roshe Run Metric, you can expect this silhouette to become even more sought after.

While we’ve seen the Roshe in a handful of  colorways including both vibrant and subtle offerings, we’ve never seen anything quite like this color scheme before. The shoe is sporting a completely blacked out upper that is made up of geometric shapes, hence the name “Metric.” Nike has finished the sneaker off with that ultra comfortable Roshe midsole in all black for a stealthy look. As of right now these are only available overseas through Tokyo based atmos, but we are hoping that Nike has a change of heart, and decides to bring these things stateside.

Nike Roshe Run Metric

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