by Brendan Dunne
All of the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run releases so far have featured the Natural Motion sole on bottom.
Finally changing that is the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run "Multicolor" shown here, a sneaker that was promised by Nike back in the summer. The pair wears the classic Nike Roshe Run sole, although it's worth mentioning that it's a women's creation, so some hoping to track down a pair will have to go up in sizing. Accompanying that shoe is a never-before-seen Nike Flyknit Roshe Run NM for 2015 that wears a volt and navy combination. Both Nike Flyknit Roshe Runs pictured will be available at stores like 43 Einhalb.