We’re only 5 days into September and Nike hit us with yet another strong Quickstrike release, this time in the form of the Rosherun with a little added extra. The Nike Rosherun has been a huge success story for Nike this year and they’re about to step their game up again. Hyperfuse Lace Stays have been incorporated onto the Quickstrike Pack and a two tone colour blocking features throughout. Easy colourways thats simply just work, the Total Crimson colourway reminds us of the Pre Montreal colourways and colour blocking so we’re liking those ones a lot.
The Nike Rosherun Hyperfuse Quickstrike will be releasing on Friday 6th September at select stockists including Wellgosh, End and Crooked Tongues.
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It looks as if the second part of the Nike x Size? Urban Safari Pack will be 2 matching colourways in the popular Rosherun. Keep an eye on Asylum Sneaker for more info regarding this release.
Both the Nike Rosherun and Tie Die T Shirts have been pretty popular of late so what do you get when you combine the two? The Nike Rosherun Tie Die is now available in very limited quantities at NikeStore. What do you think to the latest application of the Nike Rosherun? Will you bee adding this one to your Collection or will it be part of you Summer rotation? Let us know at Asylum Sneaker by leaving us a comment.
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Posted on June 3, 2013
In 2012 we saw the introduction of a new silhouette from Nike, the RosheRun. In 2013, Nike will yet again be showing love to the RosheRun with another Quickstrike release, this time the RosheRun gets a contrast instep panel colour pop. The Nike RosheRun Quickstrike ‘Split’ Pack will consist of 4 colourways and will be available at all good Nike Quickstrike accounts including Wellgosh from the 15th February 2013. Check out the rest of the images after the jump.
It’s not very often that Nike release a completely new silhouette that gets a massively warm welcome from not only sneakerheads but also the general public. 2012 saw the debut of the Nike Roshe Run, the Presto inspired Nike Sneaker was pretty much an instant success. It looks as if Nike will be updating the Roshe Run for 2013 by placing the Nike Swoosh onto the toe box and some interesting make-ups and colour ways will also follow if the this ‘Leopard’ print sample is anything to go by. What do you think of the new Nike Roshe Run? Is a change always good? Check out the full image after the jump.
The Rosherun has been around for the good part of a year now and for a new silhouette from Nike, the reception couldn’t have been better. The first Nike Rosherun colourways were simple but striking, with tonal uppers and a contrasting sole unit. Understandably, Nike have progressed the Rosherun with the Rosherun Trail version that dropped as part of the AW12 Collection.