|Post subject: Collaborative Nike Roshe One Releases
Posted: 19-04-2019 4:29:25
chaussures nike pas cher homme When it released in 2012, the Nike Roshe One sneaker created a buzz for being a lightweight and stylish newcomer in the lifestyle footwear category. Although the promising new silhouette was able to continuously mesmerize Swoosh fanatics and the general sneaker market for its athleisure-ready, minimalist façade and lightweight ride, it tremendously left some of them disappointed with its flimsiness, clumsy construction, and narrow fit. Nike introduced the Nike Roshe One in 2012 then as the Nike Roshe Run. Nike designer Dylan Raasch designed it with inspirations drawn from the Zen master "Roshi." It was named “Roshe," as an alternative spelling since the "Roshi" name cannot be used for legal reasons. The colors of a Zen garden inspired the original “Iguana” colorway, with the soles taking inspiration from stepping stones.
chaussures nike pas cher femme The design process was not a breeze, though. It commenced way back in 2010 with an idea of creating a new Nike shoe that is simple, minimal, versatile, and has a lower price point. These considerations led to a design concept that it should be comfortable with or without socks on for anything may it be walking, running, or traveling. Before finalizing its design, the Roshe Run underwent 16 revisions on the outsole and over 50 revisions on the upper. The introduction of the Roshe Run in the market was surprisingly a huge success, especially since its release had no form of promotional campaign or celebrity endorsements. The general public welcomed it positively, and it instantly became a popular choice for sneakerhead and non-sneakerheads alike.
chaussures nike soldes homme The popularity of the lightweight, contemporary low-tops is undeniable especially with its countless colorways and different iterations that released throughout the years. In 2015, the crowd-favorite Nike Roshe Run was officially renamed as the Nike Roshe One when its successor, the Nike Roshe Two, made a grand entrance. The same year, it was given a "Retro" iteration through the Nike Roshe One "Retro" release. It was, however, a unique rendition of the silhouette that took inspiration from the classic Swoosh kicks such as the Cortez and the Waffle Trainer. The release of this retro version did not mean that the contemporary Nike model was being acknowledged as a retro model. Nike Roshe Run “Iguana”Pioneering the long list of Nike Roshe One colorways is the introductory Nike Roshe Run “Iguana.” It dropped initially in March 2012 with a simple mesh upper in “Iguana green” hue. A contrasting black Swoosh dons the sidewalls, while a clean sail sole unit sits below.
chaussures nike soldes femme Dropped on May 3, 2013, is a one-of-a-kind black Nike Roshe One for women. Called officially as the “Geometric” and otherwise referred to as the “Metric” colorway, it features an all-black base upper dressed in a geometric tile pattern with metallic silver accents on the heel tab and tongue. The unique upper sits atop a matching black sole. The size? x Nike Roshe Run Urban Safari in Sand/ Hyper Blue/ Crimson colorway displays a mesh base upper in sand color with a touch of vibrant blue inner linings and blue/crimson heel pull tab while the midsole dons speckled detailing. The size? x Nike Roshe Run Urban Safari in Black/ Poison/ Pink, on the other hand, flaunts a dominantly black upper with patterned grey side Swoosh, striking pink linings, neon pink/green heel loop tab, and speckled midsole.