The Roshe Run is arguably one of Nike’s most comfortable shoes, and a go-to for many. Now, we finally get a sequel: the Roshe Two.
Nike finally unveils the update to the popular silhouette, with specific goals in mind.
First, the brand wanted the ultimate underfoot comfort, so they pair dual-density memory foam in the insole with a new innovative outsole that has been cored to improve flexibility and allow each waffle to move independently. Combined with a new, tri-fusion IU midsole, it features three unique densities to deliver targeted compression and durability that doesn’t pack out by the end of the day.
For better upper comfort, Nike designers created a minimal upper that forms to its wearer’s foot, while lofted groves add flexibility and a supplemental foam layer provides additional cushioning. They also made the upper breathable and allowed stretch.
The Nike Roshe Two Flyknit is available now via the Nike Tech Book in the U.S., while a global release comes Sept. 1 via the SNKRS App.