by Brendan Dunne
This time around the sneaker is introduced to a "Wind Blur" graphic seen above and a "Splatter" graphic seen below. Both of these come in a variety of colorways, so anyone hoping to create a pair should know that they don't have to adhere to the darker shades seen here. As the shoes are customizable, they do take the standard retail price of the Roshe up.
These two Nike Roshe Run styles can be created now on NIKEiD for $115.