Nike Roshe Two

It's hard to believe that Nike's Roshe Run silhouette only launched in 2012 as its become such an integral part of their assemblage. Accessibly priced and with a clean minimal profile it has become popular with runner and sneaker fans alike. After a run of colour and material iterations, the model was renamed the Nike Roshe One, hinting that an updated version was to follow. Just landed this week is the new Roshe Two in crowd-pleasing black and iguana green colourways.

Designed by Nike designer Dylan Raasch this latest version carries a similar paired down profile but with a raft of updated features. The familiar sock-like construction allows the shoe to stretch and expand with the foot during daily use, ensuring continual comfort no matter how strenuous your day is. Comfort has been kept in mind with the design of the new tri-fusion IU midsole which separates the density levels across the foot while the thicker outsole offers sturdy foot protection and low density cushions to the underfoot. Finishing the subtle differences to the look is a new lacing system.

Shop both of the new colourways in store and online at Fat Buddha Store.


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