Still sleeping on picking up a pair of the nike roshe run print? It’s true, the follow-up to the original smash-hit Roshe Run came about two years too late, which has made many overlook it. But if NikeLab is going to start dropping colorways like this, we’re guessing the shoe might finally get more of the love it deserves.The premium end of Nike Sportswear offers up this outstanding new look for the Roshe Two Flyknit, featuring a subtle camo design across the olive green upper for some serious Army vibes. NikeLab also adds a higher cut elastic collar to the original Roshe Two design for an even more stylish look. The new-look Flyknit Roshe drops July 13th at select NikeLab stockists. A new versatile colorway of the nike air presto with a punch of color has surfaced as we give you a look this new Cobblestone pair.This Presto features a neoprene and mesh upper done in Cobblestone (cream/tan) with black being placed on the signature cage and heel overlay as well as on the toe and outsole. Electric hits of volt are then seen on the insoles, heel pull tab, and the branding on the midsole and tongue. Finishing things off is a white midsole for further contrast. Look for this Air Presto at select Nike retailers now for $115. Sergio Lozano’s nike air max 95 trainers is arguably the most sought after of all of Nike’s Air Max retro line for its unique wavy construction, mesh netting, and completely new use of the visible air technology. Of course, it was Tinker Hatfield who created a number of the first Air Max creations, but Nike has since retooled almost all of them with modern tech like fuse and lightweight Ultra Moire inspired outsole to cut down on some of the weight. Today we get a look at a summer-ready Air Max 95 Ultra take that features a standout combination of black, white, and a pastel pink stripe perfect for the current season. Stay tuned for a release in the near future.