Can the Nike Roshe 2 possibly reach the same level of ubiquity as its predecessor? That's a tough task given how many Roshes have sold since the shoe's introduction in 2012, but Nike's making sure there's no shortage with several different builds.
The latest one previewed is the Nike Roshe 2 365 seen here. The sneaker uses a Flyknit upper and a smaller Swoosh than the regular Roshe 2. There are no shots of the sole, so it's difficult to discern what sort of tooling is being used on the new model.
According to Nike Blog, the Roshe 2 365 likely won't hit sneaker stores until a couple months from now.