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Custom Sneaker // Nike Roshe Run “Tuskegee Airmen” by Bago Customs

With the month of February right around the corner, the commemoration of Black History Month is prevalent within sneaker culture. However, it seems as though Bago Customs is looking to get a head start as the talented artist has unveiled the “Tuskegee Airmen” Nike Roshe Run custom.

Commemorating the African American fighter pilots, this custom employs features of fighter jets throughout the upper with a colorful forefoot being canvassed in hues of red and yellow. In addition, the outsole of the model is fixed in shades of grey, that I’m sure our EIC George Kiel will enjoy.

To see more, check out the images below.



A First Look at the Nike Roshe Two

In 2011 when Nike Sportswear introduced the Nike Roshe Run, the shoe took the sneaker world by storm. At an affordable $ 70, the Nike Roshe Run provided consumers with a very low cost alternative to Nike Lunar and Nike Free with a more simplistic look and feel with a simple two-piece upper.

Spun in literally hundreds of colorways and iterations including the Nike Roshe Run NM and Flyknit, the shoe proved to be more than a one hit wonder, but rather a staple franchise within the Nike Sportswear lineup. Nike had a new legend on its hands.

Not long ago, it was noticed that Nike Store had renamed the Nike Roshe Run to the Nike Roshe One which led many of us in the sneaker media world to think that a sequel would be on its way – and it has arrived.

The Nike Roshe Two aims to provide what the original Roshe Run (or Roshe One if you want to be technical on the name) with a simple upper, but added features including an embossed swoosh, Nike Huarache style tongue, and what appears to be full-length Nike Lunar cushioning that peeks through a cutaway outsole.

By many accounts, the Nike Roshe Two is everything that was the OG we all fell in love with and more. With the added features, the price does kick up slightly to a reported $ 100 MSRP, but nothing yet has been confirmed by Nike.

Look for the Nike Roshe Two to debut in 2016 as Nike Sportswear aims to energize the market with new, original silhouettes, retakes on old gems, and the classics that are never to be forgotten. Initial colorways look to build on the legacy of the line coming in some original colors and staples we see season after season.

Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for all updates on the Roshe Two and other premier Nike Sportswear releases.

Nike Roshe Two

Release Date: 2016
Price: $ 100

Nike Roshe Two - Sole

Nike Roshe Two – Sole

Nike Roshe Two - Red

Nike Roshe Two – Red

Nike Roshe Two - Black

Nike Roshe Two – Black

Nike Roshe Two - All Grey

Nike Roshe Two – All Grey

Nike Roshe Two - All Black

Nike Roshe Two – All Black

Nike Roshe Two - Navy

Nike Roshe Two – Navy

Images via NikeBlog


fragment design x NikeLab Roshe LD-1000 “Black”

A favorite silhouette of Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Roshe LD-1000 continues to act as a collaborative platform for his brand, fragment design. Again under the NikeLab moniker, a new monochromatic iteration is set to release next week, adorned in a tonal black aesthetic constructed in suede and nubuck fabrication. Done up with nostalgic Nike script, waxed laces, exposed tongue padding and a Natural Motion sole, look for the fragment design x NikeLab Roshe LD-1000 “Black” on July 16 at NikeLab retailers globally and online.

fragment design x NikeLab Roshe LD-1000 “Black”

Release Date: July 15, 2015


Nike Roshe LD-1000 “Wolf Grey”

Since the silhouette’s fragment design-assisted release late last year, Nike has been cleverly, slowly rolling out the Roshe LD-1000 silhouette – likely in part due to the sneaker’s popularity. Following last week’s bold “Sport Red” release, here we find a mellow new colorway of the sneaker for the summer – the ”Wolf Grey” drop. The sneaker is executed with cool grey mesh through the upper, which is accented with hits of matching suede at the toecap, lace track, and heel counter. All of these features rest atop a cushy Roshe NM midsole – which articulates with the foot to provide unparalleled comfort. A cozy, irresistible option year-round, don’t miss this colorway of the Roshe LD-1000, which is available at elite retailers such as Sneaker Politics now.


Nike Roshe One Flyknit Premium Rough Green/Black-Sequoia

After dropping a trio of patriotic colorways for Independence Day, Nike’s popular Roshe One silhouette makes a return with a stylish Rough Green/Black-Sequoia iteration for the summer season. The runner’s Flyknit upper is rendered in a tonal clean Olive hue, and features an embossed Swoosh across the premium leather side panel a unique 3D pattern, similar to the one seen on the luxe Kobe X Mid EXT lifestyle silhouette. A crisp white midsole rounds out the sleek design of the runner which is available for purchase at Titolo for €135 EUR (approximately $ 153 USD).


Nike Roshe Run Black/Cool Grey Available Now

Warm weather brings about a wealth of new Nike Roshe Run colorways, ensuring proper comfort and wearability during heightened climate. This latest variation is a bold take on the foundational silo, in a sleek black base with a Swoosh favorite tone to accent.

The Nike Roshe Run Black/Cool Grey, believe it or not, is not a new colorway. At this point, you’d imagine every color combination possible has been explored. You’d be wrong. This Oakland Raiders-like palette is very much singular in its aesthetic, and available now for those in favor at afew.

Nike Roshe Run GS

Colorway: Black/Cool Grey
Style Code: 599728-017






NIKEiD Launches Pony Hair Option for the Roshe Run

NIKEiD continues to expand the custom options available to customers who want a personalized version of its popular Roshe Run silhouette. Last month it introduced the Flyknit upper to the site, and has now launched pony hair as the latest material option. Currently, the faux pony hair is available in four animal patters including cheetah, leopard, zebra, and spotted, and can be combined with your choice of speckled or marbled mid-sole and a variety of Swoosh options. The pony hair option officially launches today, so visit NIKEiD to get yours.


Nike Flyknit Roshe Run “Triple Black”

Next up to black out and join the onslaught of “Triple Black” releases is the popular hybrid Nike Flyknit Roshe Run. As the name suggests, the entire silhouette is indeed dressed in a tonal black palette fashionably void of any other color. Pitch black from its knitted honeycomb-like mesh upper to its Natural Motion sole, you can head over to Afew today to pick up a pair of the the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run “Triple Black”.

Nike Flyknit Roshe Run Triple Black

Nike Flyknit Roshe Run Triple Black

Nike Flyknit Roshe Run Triple Black

Nike Flyknit Roshe Run Triple Black


Nike Roshe Run Print “Hyper Jade”

No stranger to donning a marble-like look, the printed version of the Nike Roshe Run is back with this new “Hyper Jade” style code. Equipped with the runner’s traditional mesh build dressed in the title color, a tie-dye-inspired aesthetic runs throughout the upper. Finished with contrasting red Swooshes and the usual crisp white sole, the Nike Roshe Run Print “Hyper Jade” is available now at select Nike retailers, including Extra Butter, for $ 80.


Nike Roshe Run “Dark Magnet Grey”

Over the last couple of years the Nike Roshe Run has become one of Nike staple silhouettes. It’s ability to support various colors and textures, while still maintaining its minimal feel has solidified them with high ranks in the sneaker world. Gearing up for the Fall season the latest colorway of the Nike Roshe Run boasts a darker ascetic than what we’ve been seeing all summer. Utilizing Dark Magnet Grey on the upper, a black mesh toe cap and the traditional white Roshe mid-sole, this new colorway of the Nike Roshe Run is available at select Nike Sportswear retailers for the price of $ 75.

Nike Roshe Run “Dark Magnet Grey”

Colorway: Black/Dark Magnet Grey/Granite
Style Code: 511881-090
Price:$ 75Nike-Roshe-Run-Dark-Magnet-Grey-4




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