What is there left to do on the Nike Roshe, a shoe that's been so endlessly remixed in the short time since its debut in 2012? Plenty more, apparently.

For its latest iteration of the colossal success of a Nike Sportswear shoe, the brand introduces laser perforations across the upper. The perfs should add some breathability to these versions, which otherwise look sort of stifled with the all-leather builds. This same laser look is being used elsewhere on NSW shoes at the moment, hitting the likes of the Air Tech Challenge 2.

These latest Nike Roshe offerings use NM tooling on bottom instead of the original Roshe tooling.

Readers can watch for these Nike Roshe NM LSR styles to release in the next week.