Nike is known as an innovator in the trainer game, and the Nike Roshe Run is a sneaker that has helped to consolidate the iconic sporting brand’s reputation. As one of the largest and best-known fitness labels in the world, the company doesn’t do things by halves: the shoe’s designer, Dylan Raasch, made 16 alterations to just the midsole and 50 to the upper before perfecting the Nike Roshe style we all know and love today. It launched in 2012 and, with its minimalist style, goes some way towards representing the zeitgeist of the streetwear scene in this decade.
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