Nike Roshe Run Natural Motion

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Just when you thought the Swoosh couldn’t improve the immensely popular Nike Roshe Run silhouette, the brand really caught our attention with the unveiling of their latest iteration. Introducing the Nike Roshe Run Natural Motion.

New for 2014, the Roshe has been updated with a 2.0 facelift. The shoe’s upper is more sleek and simple, and implements a new protective lacing system. The Roshe midsole looks a bit more geometric, and has taken on inspiration from the Nike Free midsole, with flexible grooves found all throughout. The shoe is set to drop this March, and will be available in four different colorways including black, red, blue, and the fan favorite – Volt. [Purchase]

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