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Article: The Nike Roshe Run is Reportedly Making a Comeback

The Nike Roshe Run is Reportedly Making a Comeback

The Nike Roshe Run is Reportedly Making a Comeback

Picture this: It's 2010, Kesha's Tik Tok is dominating the charts (well before the incredibly addictive app of the same name came around), and the Nike Roshe Run is one of the most popular sneakers of all-time. While some might not remember this era at all, plenty of you will know exactly what we're talking about.

The Roshe Run was a true gamechanger. One of the first trainers to truly welcome collaborations and special editions, over the years, we were blessed with thousands and thousands of must-have colourways. While hype surrounding the silhouette obviously isn't what it used to be, the Beaverton-based sportswear company wants to bring it all back.

A model that paved the way for many that came after it, the Roshe Run featured a predominantly knit construction and boasted a minimalist design that literally worked with any fit you threw on. Nike Swooshes glided across the lateral and medial sidewalls, while the midsole was made from an ultra lightweight, ultra soft foam that allowed you to wear them every single day without any aches and pains. While nothing in life is perfect, this sneaker came pretty close to it.

Now, according to the latest reports, the Nike Roshe Run is set to drop later in 2023 in a selection of OG colourways. Make sure you keep it locked at The Edit LDN for your best chance to cop, and while you're here, you might as well take your first look at the Jacquemus x Nike Air Force 1 "White"!

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