Due to its popularity, contriving new ways to market the Roshe is just a waste of Nike‘s time, but the brand did it anyway: “Let’s make the whole shoe tonal”, brainstorming designers likely said, “but then, make the inside medial panel and the laces a contrasting color!”
So that’s how the Roshe Run Split ended up on your screen.
The pack delivers four additions to the silhouette’s already stacked lineup. There’s dark grey/teal, light grey/volt, olive/orange, and black/orange. All colorways have laces that match the contrasting inner panel. Not a weak link in the litter.
If you’re lucky enough to be in an area where winter’s cold fingers are loosening their grasp, you’re in luck, because Nike will release this shoe on February 15th instead of waiting for a more conventional end-of-March drop. And if you have any money left over from Valentine’s Day, you should cop one/all of these shoes.
Grab a pair this Friday, February 15th at select Nike retailers.