When it comes to fashion, a game of taste rolls into play. Shoes of every variety come out on almost a weekly basis and the competition to win the hearts of sneakerheads gets harder and harder with every release. Nike has been trying to keep up with the game, hitting highs and perhaps some lows with some of its releases. It hasn’t stopped the brand from becoming one of the most common sneaker brands in the world though.
From one collection to another, Nike hits it out of the ballpark each time, making sure to cause a stir in the sneaker market while at it. One collection that has done just that is the Nike Roshe. Nike Roshe sneakers have been making waves in the industry ever since its release just because it’s a shoe that is both elegant and simple. Along with that, it has edged its way to the top of Nike’s most fashion-centric shoe on the list. Also, one doesn’t have to break their bank account to get a pair. Bonus points go to being one of the most comfortable shoes out there, too.
When the Nike Roshe One, then called the Nike Roshe Run, was released back in 2012, there was almost no publicity or promotional campaign for it at all. No announcements, no press releases, no videos or flashy short films, this pair of shoes didn’t even have a celebrity endorsement. With its design and simplicity, Nike let the shoes speak for itself. Six years later and the growth of the collection has not stopped. In fact, a wide variety of Nike Roshe shoes have been steadily coming out.
The shoes under this collection have been released in a variety of colors through the years. Colors like purple, beige, gold, green, black, yellow, white, blue, orange, and silver have only made these lifestyle shoes more interesting and sought after by the sneaker world.
Here are some of the sneakers from the Nike Roshe shoe collection that you should check out. Take note though that some of these variations still hold the old name of the Nike Roshe Run as some of it were released before the name change of the original, with newer versions carrying the updated name.
Nike Roshe One (Formerly Nike Roshe Run)
Without a doubt, this pair is the most iconic shoe out of the Nike Roshe sneakers collection. Being the first model of the collection, it comes as no surprise that this pair still enjoys a massive amount of popularity to this day and has been considered a fashion staple amongst the young and trend savvy. Here are some points and things to take into account when it comes to the Nike Roshe One:
It is a low-top sneaker.
The Nike Roshe One is minimalistic in design.
Mesh upper provides ventilation.
Waffle lug outsole offers durability and traction.
The low-top has a variety of colorways.
It is a unisex pair of shoes that come in both women’s and men’s size.
Nike Roshe Run/Nike Roshe One shoes to check out:
Nike Roshe One “Rouge”
Nike Roshe One “Woodland Camo”
Nike Roshe One “Gorge Green White”
Nike Roshe Run “Marble” Pack
Nike Roshe Run “Black/White Speckle”
Nike Roshe Run “Black/Sail”
Nike Roshe Run “Iguana”
Nike Roshe One SE
This particular pair of shoe managed to capture the attention and the interest of many sneakerheads in the industry. It has a very straight to the point style to it, the "slip and go" design enticing a slew of wearers and fans of the Nike Roshe sneakers collection, especially those who are always on the move. Versatility is one of the essences of the Nike Roshe One SE and it undoubtedly showcases that well. Here’s a little detail on its features:
For superior breathability, the Nike Roshe One SE has a full-mesh upper.
The shoe’s midsole is made of full-length Phylon.
The tongue and collar are cushioned. This gives better support and comfort to the ankle area.
Ortholite sockliners can be found on the Nike Roshe One SE.
Nike Roshe One SE sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe One SE “Gym Red”
Nike Roshe One SE “Obsidian Blue”
Nike Roshe One SE “White/Pure Platinum”
Nike Roshe One SE “Coastal Blue/Pure Platinum-Gold Leaf”
Nike Roshe One Flyknit
Versatility is a crucial point when it comes to the Flyknit model of the Roshe One, one of the latest additions to the Nike Roshe sneakers. It has the Nike Flyknit technology embedded into it wherein knitted fabrics make up the upper of the shoe. In the fashion industry, the Flyknit has made many shoes become a go-to look for styling. Described to be bright, fresh, and fun, the Nike Roshe One Flyknit can make a great addition to any sneakerheads collection. Here are some things one should take note of with this pair:
The shoe’s lightweight sole adds comfort with every step.
Sufficient padding in the ankle area and the ankle collar provides superior support.
The Nike Swoosh logo is evident on both sides of the shoe.
Nike Roshe One Flyknit shoes to check out:
Nike Roshe One Flyknit “Multicolor”
Nike Roshe Run Flyknit “Bright Crimson”
Nike Roshe Run Flyknit “Lucid Green”
Nike Roshe One Print
The Nike Roshe One has been known to have a lot of Nike Roshe sneakers under it, iterations coming out left and right. One iteration is the Nike Roshe One Print. What makes it different from the Nike Roshe One? The printed colorway as an upper. The style of the sneaker showcases the versatility of the Nike Roshe One Print and the Nike Roshe One. Here is some information about the shoes:
The upper is made of mesh and has a slew of prints for wearers to choose from.
A heel pull tab can be found on the shoe.
The Nike Roshe One Print comes with rope laces.
A padded collar provides cushioning around the ankle.
Nike Roshe One Print shoes to check out:
Nike Roshe One Print “Green”
Nike Roshe One Print “Alligator Green Camo”
Nike Roshe One Print “Sail Menta”
Nike Roshe One Print “Camouflage”
Nike Roshe Run Print “Eclipse”
Nike WMNS Roshe One Suede
Women who want to cop a pair of good Nike Roshe sneakers, this one is one for the books for sure. Concerning technicality, the Nike WMNS Roshe One Suede runs the opposite end of the Nike Roshe spectrum, its elegant beauty as a shoe being stunning as it also changes up the game. Check out what the Nike WMNS Roshe One Suede offers:
This iteration of the Nike Roshe One adopts a suede upper.
The Phylon midsole has speckled details on it.
A perforated Nike Swoosh adds to the charm of the Nike WMNS Roshe Run Suede.
A colored inner lining is also evident on the shoe.
Nike WMNS Roshe Run Suede sneakers to check out:
Nike WMNS Roshe Run Suede “Purple Dynasty”
Nike WMNS Roshe Run Suede “Raspberry Red/Raspberry Red-Purple Dynasty”
Nike WMNS Roshe Run “Black Suede”
Nike WMNS Roshe One Suede “Sunset” Pack
Nike WMNS Roshe One Suede “Pure Platinum/Cool Grey”
Nike Roshe One Hyperfuse
The Nike Roshe One has been hyper infused to create a model that meets up to the standard of being part of the Nike Roshe shoes line. Simple, low-key and oh so fresh, this pair still has the same look like the original Nike Roshe One but with a personality of its own too, especially with the Hyperfuse construction coming into play. Launched back in 2013, the Roshe Run Hyperfuse has been a big success on the market. Here’s a quick look through of some of its features:
The Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse has a seamless upper made of lightweight mesh and synthetic suede.
A full-length Phylon midsole with a Solarsoft sockliner gives the wearer comfort.
The outsole is made of EVA and features a waffle pattern.
As one, all the Nike tech provides comfort and excellent performance for everyday wear.
Nike Roshe One Hyperfuse shoes to check out:
Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse BR “Volt”
Nike Roshe Rub Hyperfuse BR “Clear Jade”
Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse “Tribe Green”
Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse “Gold Trophy”
Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse “All-Black”
Nike Roshe Run Hyperfuse “All-Red”
Nike Roshe One Jacquard
Nike Roshe sneakers have a reputation for having a distinguished silhouette and being outfitted with optimal comfort. Tweaks and such will be made here and there on iterations to give it a little personality, and the Nike Roshe One Jacquard is no exception to this. Those interested in this particular variation can read on a little bit more on it here:
The sneakers upper is crafted from knit jacquard material while still maintaining to be light and breathable.
It comes in a whole lot of prints, designs, and colorways.
Solarsoft sockliners are added for excellent cushioning and maximum comfort.
Cushioned collars give the ankles ample support when wearing the shoes.
Nike Roshe One Jacquard sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe One Jacquard “Pure Platinum/White”
Nike Roshe One Jacquard “Gym Red”
Nike Roshe One Jacquard “Desert Camo”
Nike Roshe Two
The Nike Roshe Two is the successor to the prime Roshe Run, wholly revamped but still holding the classic simplicity of the original that everyone loves. Some of the things that reign supreme in the Nike Roshe two is that it is lighter, flexible, and offers superior soft cushioning as well as a great sock-like fit. The update has everyone nodding in approval and support which goes to show just how much love there still is for Nike Roshe sneakers. Let’s take a closer look at the details of the Nike Roshe Two:
The upper consists of neoprene and Flyknit.
It features an updated triple density foam midsole for better comfort.
The Nike Roshe Two has a sock-like bootie construction.
A padded collar has been added for additional cushioning.
Nike Roshe Two sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Two “Black/White”
Nike Roshe Two “All Black”
Nike Roshe Two “White/Metallic Silver”
Nike Roshe Two “Iguana & Sail”
Nike Roshe Two “Gym Red”
Nike Roshe Two SE
A low-top casual sneaker, the Nike Roshe Two SE joins the Nike Roshe sneakers line with affordability, style, and comfort making it a much-desired shoe. Appealing to both men and women, the colorway options of this special edition add to the “fun” and “fashionable” factor. It follows the original Roshe with a few upgrades to give it a comfy fit. These are some of the features one can find on the Nike Roshe Two SE low-top:
The Nike Roshe Two SE has a mix of woven materials and flexible textile making up the upper.
A 3 density foam molded sole for a soft cushioning can be found with this pair.
Ankle cushioning is elevated with the plush padded collar.
Pull tabs on the heel and tongue help for comfortable wearing.
Grooves on the outsole enhance the flexibility of the shoe.
Nike Roshe Two SE sneakers to check out:
Nike WMNS Roshe Two SE “Oatmeal/Oatmeal - Khaki - White”
Nike Roshe Two SE “Blue Black”
Nike Roshe Two SE “Black/Dark Grey”
Nike Roshe Two SE “Hasta/Anthracite-Ghost Green-Off White”
Nike Roshe Two SE “Night Maroon/Black”
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2
With subtle alterations in the materials, this update is a welcome addition to the Nike Roshe Two family as well as the Nike Roshe shoes line. The futuristic V2 of the Roshe Two brings the classic Roshe silhouette with the Flyknit fabric that Nike has integrated into the upper giving it more breathability and lightness. These are some of the features that the Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 has:
It features a bootie construction.
A sock-like collar can be found on the shoe and makes for a comfortable slip-on feature.
It is slightly pricier than the other shoes in the Nike Roshe sneakers collection.
It has a triple-density cushioning for proper support and superior softness.
The Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 features the Flywire eyelets for an adaptive fit.
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 “Wolf Grey”
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 “University Red Black”
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 “Green Abyss/Mica Blue/Wolf Grey”
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365
Breaking it down, the Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 is the definition of elegance and simplicity that is great to wear all year round, 365 days a year. Fashion-forward with exceptional quality, the Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 has been welcomed warmly by sneakerheads in the industry and the Nike Roshe sneakers line. Take a much closer look at the sneaker here:
The Nike Roshe Flyknit 365 has a Flyknit constructed upper.
Its upper has been treated with a water-repellent coating, keeping the feet dry and warm.
A diamond pattern was also used on the shoes for an overall winterized effect.
A Phylon midsole on the shoe offers lightweight cushioning.
For durable traction, the low-top has a rubber outsole.
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 shoes to check out:
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 “Triple Black”
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 “Volt/Green Glow/Black/Wolf Grey”
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 365 “Bright Crimson/Dark Grey-Black-Black”
Nike Roshe Two Breathe
The endless iterations that Nike adds to the Roshe Nike sneakers are limitless as it churns out yet another great variation in the form of the Nike Roshe Two Breathe early on in 2017. It’s a blend of the original Nike Roshe Run and the Nike Roshe Two with an identity of its own altogether. Here’s a quick rundown of its features:
The upper is made of an even more breathable material.
Growing the family of the Nike Roshe sneakers, NikeLab upgrades the Nike Roshe Two, coming out with the NikeLab Roshe Two Leather Premium. The upgrade to this sneaker makes it luxurious, slipping on easily with exceptional comfort. For those who want to become owners of a pair, here are some things you should know about the NikeLab Roshe Two Leather Premium:
The upper is crafted with premium leather.
Its three foam density midsole allows for comfortable cushioning.
The NikeLab Rose Two Leather Premium low-top has a sock-like fit to it with its neoprene sleeve construction.
It also has a waffle-pattern outsole for better traction.
Slow-recovery foam liner outfits the shoe.
Nike Roshe LD 1000
For this addition to the Nike Roshe shoes, things are a little different regarding history. The LD 1000 was a favorite shoe in the 70s when long-distance runners wore it. What makes it special? The upper is that of the iconic Cortez while the LD-1000 sits atop the Rosherun NM Natural Motion sole unit. With a mixture of vintage and modern styling, the Nike Roshe LD-1000 becomes a nostalgia-inspired sneaker with a striking character. It becomes an instant conversation piece and a fashion must-have for many. Interested to know more? Here’s a run through on some of its features:
The Nike Roshe LD-1000 has a mesh upper.
The suede overlay is dominant on the sneaker.
A vintage foam tongue gives it a touch of class.
The sneaker also has the “Fat Belly” Swoosh.
Nike Roshe LD-1000 sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe LD-1000 “Varsity Royal”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 “Black/White”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 “Varsity Red and White”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 “Obsidian”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 “Summit White/Blue Glow”
Nike Roshe LD 1000 QS
Adding to the Nike Roshe sneakers and Nike Roshe LD-1000 family is the Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS. It is the same as the original with the significant difference being that this variation is a Quickstrike. For Nike sneakers that are released as Quickstrikes, it merely means that the releases are done at very exclusive stores with a higher price tag on it. The higher price tag can be attributed to the use of better materials for superior quality. This shoe was released in limited quantities. Read about some of the features here:
The upper is made of closed mesh and synthetic leather.
The Swoosh logos and heel tabs are also made of leather.
With a rubber waffle pattern, the outsole provides excellent grip and traction.
Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS “Obsidian”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS “Black”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS “Sport Red”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS “Varsity Royal”
Nike Roshe LD-1000 QS “Wolf Grey”
Nike Roshe Waffle Racer NM
Rarely does Nike deviate away from the Nike Roshe One silhouette when adding iterations to its Nike Roshe shoes lineup, yet, it hasn’t been unheard of, and it can be seen with the Nike Roshe Waffle Racer NM. This sneaker mixes the design of the Nike Waffle Racer and the Nike Roshe One to come up with the perfect blend of retro classic and modernity. Here are some things that one should take note of when it comes to getting the Nike Roshe Waffle Racer NM:
The shoes upper is made of lightweight nylon and suede.
A full-length Phylon sole adds to the durability and comfort of the shoe.
Embroidered Swoosh logos cap off the classic retro feel.
The outsole has a textured waffle sidewall wrap reminiscent of the original Nike Waffle Racer.
A fresh take on the original silhouette, the Nike Roshe Run Woven ups the game for woven fans and fans of Nike Roshe sneakers alike. It’s been designed with winter months in mind and is, design wise, a great shoe all around. Any sneakerhead would be crazy not to have this as a fashion staple in their closet. Here’s what it features:
The Nike Roshe Run Woven is a low-top sneaker.
It utilizes a combination of premium suede and weaves for the upper.
The lacing system is simplistic and straightforward.
Breathable and lightweight.
The versatility in aesthetics makes it easy to pair with almost any outfit.
Nike Roshe Run Woven sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Run Woven “Black Anthracite”
Nike Roshe Run Woven “Dark Atomic Teal”
Nike Roshe Run Woven “Bright Citrus”
Nike Roshe Run Woven “Blackout”
Nike Roshe Run NM Woven “Gradient”
Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire
It’s almost ironic how the Nike Roshe One had zero promotion or publicity when it came out, but every shoe after that was released in line with the Nike Roshe sneakers collection was suddenly given the limelight. The Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire was no different. Released to much fanfare, this pair continued the Roshe stranglehold. Here’s all that is needed to know about the Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire:
The upper has Dynamic Flywire integrated into it.
The upper is also composed of a mesh-like material.
Roped pull-tabs can be found on the heel and tongue.
Lightly colored laces add to the dynamic re-up of the shoes.
Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire “Hyper Blue”
Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire “Sport Turquoise”
Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire “Cyber”
Nike Roshe Run Dynamic Flywire “Night Stadium”
Nike Roshe One Essential iD
Joining the Nike Roshe sneakers family is the Nike Roshe One iD. The NIKEiD is the brand's customization platform that allows designers to customize their shoes, specifically the Nike Roshe in this case. Creation of one’s new-go to shoe is now possible with the broad spectrum of colors available. Check out the features:
Allows new graphics for the Roshe One.
Personalization is possible with personal iD wherein you can add your name, a message, or even numbers to the heel.
The Nike Roshe One Essential iD has a full mesh upper.
For comfort around the ankle, the sneaker has a cushioned collar.
It also has Solarsoft sockliners for that premium comfort.
Nike Roshe One Essential iD sneakers to check out:
Since this variation of the Nike Roshe One allows for customization, personal preference comes into play.
Nike Roshe Run FB
With the release and issuance of the Nike Roshe Run FB, Nike Roshe shoes cement itself as shoes with a design that is for every man. Aimed to be fast looking with a football (soccer for the Americans) inspired design, the Nike Roshe Run FB offers a lot for fans of both the brand and the Nike Roshe line. What can you expect out of it? Here’s a quick look at it:
The Nike Roshe Run FB has a mesh-based build for soft impact protection and ventilation.
Its mesh upper works with textured overlays.
A traditional Phylon sole can still be seen on the Nike Roshe Run FB.
All in all, the Nike Roshe Run FB’s build is made to be lightweight.
Nike Roshe Run FB sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Run FB “Yeezy”
Nike Roshe Run FB “Leopard”
Nike Roshe Run FB “Mint”
Nike Roshe Run NM FB “Dark Grey Camo”
Nike Roshe Run FB “Volt Leopard”
Nike Roshe Run MID
Continuing to rack up shoes for the Nike Roshe sneakers, the Nike Roshe Run MID impresses with the great colorway options that are ready. This iteration has the sporty yet elegant touch to it, introducing a different take on the Nike Roshe One. The exciting look it has can be attributed to the various styles, materials, and cuts that are incorporated. Here’s a run through on some of its features:
The Nike Roshe Run MID has nylon mesh upper.
Fabric material is used on the middle panels.
Leather and mesh detailing are evident on the shoe.
The toe area has an appealing stitched design.
This mid-top sneaker is leveled for ankle support and variety.
Nike Roshe Run MID sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Run MID “City” Pack
Nike Roshe Run MID “Black/White”
Nike Roshe Run MID “Black/Atomic Red”
Nike Roshe Run MID “White/Blue”
Nike Roshe Run MID “Winter” Pack
Nike Roshe Run MID “Mortar”
Nike Roshe Run Metric
Part of the flurry of Nike Roshe sneakers that have been dropped, the Nike Roshe Run Metric is one for the books. It has a fragmented geometric design that elevates the minimalistic design of a simple silhouette to something futuristic. Here are some things and facts to know about the sneaker:
The upper consists of geometric synthetic paneling.
A tonal Swoosh logo can be found on the sides.
Rolled laces give the Nike Roshe Run Metric a polished look.
The construction of the shoe makes it lightweight.
Nike Roshe Run Metric sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Run Metric “Walnut”
Nike Roshe Run Metric “Volt Metallic Silver”
Nike Roshe Run Metric “Black”
Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe
A lot has been said about the Nike Roshe Run, and it goes on with the Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe. With the mix of the Natural Motion iteration and Breathe mesh, this pair of sneaker is both flexible and airy, easy on the eyes with its design and various colorways. Take a closer look and check out the features of the Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe:
The shoe has a full mesh upper.
There is extra ventilation on the forefoot and heel.
For responsive cushioning, one can find a Phylon midsole on the shoe.
The EVA foam outsole is ultra-lightweight and has waffle treads.
Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe sneakers to check out:
Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe “Mica Green”
Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe “Military Blue”
Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe “White - Black”
Nike Roshe Run NM Breathe “Charm Yellow”
The Nike Roshe One has been a favorite silhouette since it came out in 2012 and it comes as no surprise that a slew of great collaborations would come out for the Nike Roshe sneakers. The trend continues, artistic collaborations coming in left and right. Here are some of the favorites:
GourmetKickz x Nike Roshe Run “Black Mamba” (Custom)
The GourmetKickz x Nike Roshe Run “Black Mamba” sports a Kill Bill themed color with the yellow base and blood-spattered design adding depth to the upper. It is a shoe of pure artistic creation worthy of being part of the Nike Roshe sneakers collection.
The Boxtrolls x Nike Roshe Run “Trollstrikes”
The Boxtrolls is a movie about an eccentric family of creatures living beneath the streets. With the colors on this collaboration, the sneaker looks like it has been gift wrapped straight from the Boxtrolls themselves, and nicely rounds up the Nike Roshe sneakers collection and the Nike Roshe sneaker collaborations list.
Yuko Kanatani x Nike Roshe Run “Midnight Craftwork”
Kanatani surely doesn’t hold back with her “Midnight Craftwork,” a pair of Nike Roshe sneakers that is vivid and eclectic. It is one of the faves in the Nike Roshe sneakers collaboration front, the purple hue egging sneakerheads on to getting a pair of it.
Size? x Nike Roshe Run “Urban Safari” Pack
This simple collaboration of a shoe between Size? and Nike shows us how simple things are sometimes all we need. Extra detailing was put into the midsole and Swoosh logo though to emphasize the safari and speckled print.
Liberty of London x Nike Roshe Run
This pair has two different styles to it with paisley and floral patterns taking centerstage. Simple yet stunning, this collaboration shoe is perfect for the ladies and adds depth to the existing collection of the Nike Roshe sneakers line.
Size? x Nike Roshe Run “Cement” Pack
Having had a previous collaboration, Size? returns once more to add to the Nike Roshe sneakers another stellar collaboration shoe. The Size? x Nike Roshe Run “Cement” Pack is impressive enough to have had a good amount of people clamoring to get a pair.
Frequently Asked Questions
How did Nike begin?
Nike began in 1964 and was known as Blue Ribbon Sports, founded by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman. It was a distributor for Onitsuka Tiger.
When did the name change from Blue Ribbon Sports to Nike happen?
In 1971 when both Knight and Bowerman decided to part ways with Onitsuka Tiger. The two created their line of sneakers and officially called it Nike.
What catapulted the Nike Roshe shoes to popularity?
Many attest to the comfort of the Nike Roshe sneakers as being the comfiest shoes they have ever worn at the time of its release. The variations in the different Nike Roshe sneakers have also contributed to its popularity.
What is the price range of Nike Roshe sneakers?
Depending on the iteration that one gets from the Nike Roshe sneakers, the prices vary. A pair of Nike Roshe One will set one at $75 while the more premium iterations of the Nike Roshe sneakers can go for as high as $140.
What is the size range of Nike Roshe lifestyle shoes?
Nike Roshe sneakers are offered in men, women, and kids sizing. Most Nike Roshe sneakers have a size range of 5 to 12 US for women, while men have the choice of choosing from a size range of 6 to 18 US.
Where can I buy Nike Roshe shoes?
Nike Roshe sneakers have reached every corner of the world and are widely available. Most international Nike stores sell Nike Roshe sneakers. For those who are looking to be able to try the shoes that they choose in person, retail stores are the best bet to pay a visit. Online shopping is also a popular choice, and many online retailers, as well as sites, offer a wide variety of Nike Roshe sneakers up for grabs.
Who is the person behind the Nike Roshe line?
The designer behind the original Nike Roshe sneaker model is Dylan Raasch who began his career as a level 2 designer for Nike in 2009. He was relatively new to Nike at the time, but today, Raasch is the Nike Air Max Creative Director.
When did the design process for the Nike Roshe sneakers begin?
The design process for the Nike Roshe sneakers collection began in the fall of 2010. Raasch presented an idea that was a little too abstract at the time. Not one to give up, he decided to develop the design he had in mind during his free time.
What brought about the need to come up with the Nike Roshe shoes?
The idea that Raasch had in mind had no brief to it. Raasch was asked to come up with something that could still have quality at a price point that was significantly lower. There were zero limitations and Raasch had the perfect opportunity to come up with something fresh and new.
What were the challenges that came up with the first Nike Roshe sneaker?
The design was initially met with skepticism and Raasch had to work hard to prove that the idea he had in mind was worthy of being a global contender in the sneaker market. Another challenge was coming up with the shoes at the price point that Nike had asked for; about $70 to $75.
When was the first model of the Nike Roshe sneakers collection released?
The first model that came out was the Nike Roshe Run, and it was released in 2012, nearly two years after the initial idea of the silhouette came to Dylan Raasch. The Nike Roshe Run was later named the Nike Roshe One.
What was the inspiration behind the Nike Roshe One?
The inspiration for the shoe’s design came from Zen art. With Zen art being primarily all about being simple, Raasch incorporated this into the shoe well by adding only the essentials that the shoe’s construction needed.
So what does the Nike Roshe One have that sets it apart from other Nike sneakers?
Here are few things that stand out:
The construction is made up of a pliable two-piece upper.
The bottom of the outsoles had the Nike natural motion waffle print representing stepping stones in a Zen garden.
The insoles mimic a freshly raked Zen garden.
It has a minimal lacing system.
It has a one-piece sole wherein the midsole and rubber bottom are combined.
First colorway: the Nike Roshe One came in the iguana colorway which played with the natural color of dark green moss on off-white rocks in the garden.
11 best Nike Roshe sneakers
Nike Roshe One Hyperfuse BR
Nike Roshe Two
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2
Nike Roshe Two Flyknit
Nike Roshe Two SE
Nike Roshe One
Nike Roshe One Print
Nike Roshe One Premium
Nike Roshe One SE
Nike Roshe LD 1000
Nike Roshe Tiempo VI FC
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