by Brendan Dunne
The Nike Roshe Run has long since abandoned the plain mesh looks that established the shoe, and has been more and more prone to prints.
This time around the model gets rid of the mesh in favor of what appears to be a canvas upper, which is decorated here with a series of polka dotted looks. It's worth noting that these pairs have the NM tooling on bottom, a platform that's quickly becoming standard on the Roshes despite not being the original one for the shoe.
All four of these Nike Roshe Run Polka Dot styles have been hitting Nike Sportswear spots in recent weeks – Sneaker Politics is the latest one with them.