If you’ve been buying sneakers since 2012 then you more likely than not own (or owned) at least one pair of Nike Roshe Runs. At one point the Nike Roshe Run was one of the brand’s most popular sneakers thanks to it being lightweight, comfortable, and breatahable as well as all of the different color options that were made available. But all good things must come to an end and the shoe’s popularity slowly declined. However, I’ll be the first to admit that I still like the shoe a lot and have a few pairs in my collection. Six years later, the silhouette is retooled for the links with the introduction of the Nike Roshe G.
The key feature making the Roshe G course-ready is a pressure-mapped outsole that targets high-wear areas, which gives the shoe increased durability and traction in key zones. It’s also wearable off-course, which reinforces the comfort pedigree, along with the new design’s long-range durability and versatility.
Sport-specific upper enhancements have also been made. For instance, the mesh is thoughtfully wrapped with a synthetic overlay integrated with the laces to give golfers a locked-down feel.
The Nike Roshe G drops on February 1st in men’s, women’s and youth sizes on nike.com and at select retailers.
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