Nike holds up the Roshe silhouette as a model of simplicity, featuring a build that uses only what is truly necessary. It has no embellishments and uses only the rudimentary components that provide breathability and ultra-lightweight cushioning, with a built-in versatility for all occasions. And while Nike Flyknit naturally complements the Roshe, creating uppers precisely engineered to deliver support where it’s needed while reducing waste in the manufacturing process, Nike designers have reimagined the Roshe Flyknit by threading together in random order 12 colors of excess yarn — left on spools from other Nike Flyknit models — in order to craft the shoe's uppers. The result is that every shoe is uniqe, each half-pair distinct from the other.
The limited edition Nike Roshe Flyknit will be available October 4 at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online, followed by additional Nike Roshe Flyknit styles launching on November 11.