After 4 years, Nike are updating one of their most iconic silhouette’s releasing the Roshe Two this September. Originally launched in 2012, the Roshe One (originally named Roshe Run) become an instant wardrobe staple due to its streamlined simplicity and clean aesthetic. Nike Sportswear designer Dylan Raasch made the Roshe with a goal of creating a light uncomplicated shoe. “The simpler I could make it, the more profound it would become,” says Raasch who is also the lead designer of its successor – the Nike Roshe Two.

Updates to the Roshe include a dual-density memory foam insole, and an innovative cored outsole to improve flexibility. A new tri-fusion IU midsole is constructed with 3 unique foam densities to provide targeted compression and durability at various surfaces of the shoe. Lofted grooves and an extra foam layer in the upper provides extra cushioning and allows the runner to conform to its wearer’s foot.

If you’re looking to refresh your Roshe rotation, look for the Roshe Two and Two Flyknit to become available via the Nike Tech Book outside of North America on August 25, and in store worldwide and online via Nike SNKRS from September 1. Check out the launch colorways below including the Flyknit variation that features rows of knit that shift color when they move.



RELEASE: September 1, 2016

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RELEASE: September 1, 2016

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