Their second collaboration with the French sports brand, after last years release, sees the runner updated in honour of the popular French confectionary aptly titled the Macaron Edition. The luxury version of the normally mesh runner features a “crisp on the outside and smooth in the middle” upper built from pig-skin suede, with super soft satin lining and hints of metallic gold alongside a pinch of 3M and a slick gum sole. Don't sleep on this one.
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I initally feared that Roshe Run silhouettes would become more boring after the shoe was recently made available for iD customisation, however this latest release proves me wrong showcasing a fragmented, geometric version of the runner.
Decked out in all black, the upper is made up of cracked, mosaic tile-like pieces.
Hitting low tier Nike NSW accounts, such as Atmos, very soon, I'm looking forward to getting a closer look at these.
The Chimp Store never fail to disappoint with their marketing, and have produced yet another amazing feature for spring summer 2013.
To create some hype without exposing silhouettes, they have cleverly drafted in Josh Parkin to create a series of great illustrations hinting at the upcoming range of Nike footwear.
Nike do exectly what they do best each season by releasing this latest City Pack. The latest interpretation of one the favourite capsules to come from the brand is this collection of Roshe Run mids.
The drop consists of four options representing London, Paris, Tokyo and New York with each taking a pop of colour that contrasts against the predominantly dark hues of each silhouette.
With the current penchant for minimal construction, the FlyKnit and Roshe Run being prime examples, Nike continue to develop the SolarSoft in the form of three colorways of Moccasin. The Roshe Run has paved the way for a new zen-like construction in the lifestyle sector and this latest silhouette provides depth to this niche.