Nike Roshe Two Flyknit Release Date

The long awaited sequel to the Nike RosheRun (turned Roshe One) is here! The Roshe Two and the Roshe Two Flyknit are set to release on 9/1/2016 and I am excited to see how these are! So far the response has been hit or miss among consumers, but I know I like the overall aesthetic look of these, and can’t wait to see the comfort level.  Official release info below, you can see the purchase links below also linked to the products dropping 9/1.

 

 

 

WMNS ROSHE TWO FLYKNIT (BLUE / YELLOW)
$130.00
AVAILABLE 9/1 AT 10:00 AM ET
LINK http://bit.ly/2biAX7L

 

 

ROSHE TWO FLYKNIT (BLACK / RED/ BLUE)
$130.00
AVAILABLE 9/1 AT 10:00 AM ET
LINK http://bit.ly/2biAFOv

 

 

ROSHE TWO (OLIVE)
$90.00
AVAILABLE 9/1 AT 10:00 AM ET
LINK http://bit.ly/2biAmDg

 

 

WMNS ROSHE TWO (GRAY)
$90.00
AVAILABLE 9/1 AT 10:00 AM ET
LINK http://bit.ly/2bizQFe

 

More images of the Roshe Two here:

Some highlights from the press release below

1) Underfoot comfort: A combination of stability, support and cushioning, based upon research from the NSRL

“[Footwear] insoles were initially used to cover up stitching at the bottom of the shoe,” Raasch explains. “Now, they are the first layer of a cushioning system.”

To achieve the ultimate underfoot comfort, the Nike Roshe Two pairs 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. The lowest density is directly underfoot for enhanced cushioning, while higher surface density on the outsole provides impact protection.

2) Upper comfort: A contoured, dynamic fit is also key

“[All-day footwear] should basically be an adaptive glove for your feet,” Raasch declares.

Nike designers tackle this necessity via engineered materials. In particular, the Nike Roshe Two features a minimal upper that forms to its wearer’s foot, while lofted groves add flexibility and a supplemental foam layer provides additional cushioning.

3) Long-lasting comfort: A responsive system

“If your feet feel great after a crazy day, then we have done our job.” Raasch affirms.

Along with providing underfoot and upper comfort, all-day footwear must anticipate the physiology associated with full-day wear. Feet swell and the in-shoe temperature rises as the hours accrue. The Nike Roshe Two provides stretch and breathability in the upper to counteract these realities, while providing suitable support underfoot.

 

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