The Nike Flyknit Roshe Run ‘Multi-Color’ is not your average Flyknit sneaker. Past Flyknit Roshe Run iterations have had the singular color with an additional color overlaying the upper for support. That overlay is still present on the sneaker in black, but with the popular multi-color weave underneath. This particular Flyknit Roshe Run is also different in that it features a regular Roshe sole, rather than the Natural Motion one we’ve been seeing. The sneaker will come in women’s sizes so remember to add 1.5 to your regular size for the right fit.
You’ll have to wait a while though as the Nike Flyknit Roshe Run ‘Multi-Color’ will release next year on February 5th, 2015. Let us know what you think of this sneaker in the comments below. Do you prefer the NM sole or the OG Roshe sole?