The appeal of the Nike Roshe One is its minimalist, spartan design, something that's retained in the hybrid Nike Roshe Tiempo VI QS model. The cleat-inspired details, which are mostly seen in the textured white leather upper, enhances the simplicity of the Roshe One. The white IU sole unit completes the triple white color palette, while discreet pops of metallic gold add a bit of color on the tongue tag and collar. The kicks are available starting tomorrow, July 15th, through select Nike Sportswear retailers, including Sneaker Politics.
Release Date: 7/15/16 (Friday)