Finish Line Blog » Roshe http://blog.finishline.com Finish Line's Blog Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:09:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 Roshe Run GPX Print http://blog.finishline.com/2014/02/18/roshe-run-gpx-print/ http://blog.finishline.com/2014/02/18/roshe-run-gpx-print/#comments Tue, 18 Feb 2014 19:21:58 +0000 http://blog.finishline.com/?p=18473 Roshes upon roshes upon roshes. Can’t get enough? Us either.

If you haven’t checked out the Roshe GPX, or seen it all over the web yet, you’re missing out. But not for long. This exclusive Roshe is ready to make its re-appearance.

The geometrical print upper full of triangular lines webs in all different directions under the big swoosh, allowing the simplistic nature of the traditional Roshes to get a stylish revamp. But they still have the same great comfort you expect from your Runs thanks to their cushiony Phylon midsole and ultra-lightweight EVA foam outsole. It’s no wonder all of their different designs are so inspiring to sneakerheads and runners alike.

The Nike Roshe GPX Print will be available soon on finishline.com

 

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3 Business Casual Sneakers for the Office http://blog.finishline.com/2013/10/19/3-business-casual-sneakers-for-the-office/ http://blog.finishline.com/2013/10/19/3-business-casual-sneakers-for-the-office/#comments Sat, 19 Oct 2013 11:00:47 +0000 http://blog.finishline.com/?p=12953 True sneakerheads feel compelled to rock their kicks regardless of where they are, including the office. While some sneakers have absolutely no business making an appearance in a business setting, there are the few that fit in perfectly. If the sneakerhead in you is urging to ditch dress shoes for some sneaks, and your work place allows it, here are a few classics to try:

2. Converse Chuck Taylors

Some things just work, and given the track record of these, the Chucks are doing something right. Starting off as a basketball sneaker, then shifting to the punk rock arena, it’s no surprise that Chuck Taylors have finally made their debut in the office.

2. Nike Roshe Runs

These kicks have been popular as of recent, for two reasons. They’re simple and comfortable. They have low-profile panels, and are made up of soft materials so you can wear them 8+ hours a day. Keeping the flash to a minimum, you can easily don the Roshes in the workplace.

3. adidas Samoas

With the premium leather upper of the adidas Samoas, you’ll be able to convince more than a few people at the office that these aren’t just for the weekend.

What are some kicks that you wear in the office?

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The Nike Roshe Run Phenomenon http://blog.finishline.com/2013/04/10/the-nike-roshe-run-phenomenon/ http://blog.finishline.com/2013/04/10/the-nike-roshe-run-phenomenon/#comments Wed, 10 Apr 2013 20:48:30 +0000 http://blog.finishline.com/?p=8738 In a time where the hottest sneakers on the market seem to be ones that cost $150 and up, it’s hard to imagine that a sneaker with a retail price of $70 has taken the sneaker fashion scene by storm. The Nike Roshe Run made its debut last year, and after a brief hiatus during the winter months, the Roshe Run is back in full force this spring. If you have yet to hop on the Roshe Run trend, you just don’t know what you are missing.

Why exactly do people love these shoes so much? The answer is simple; it’s because the shoes are simple. The inspiration behind the shoe came from the title given to a Zen Master, Roshi, who is the ultimate symbol of simplicity.

As simple as the Roshe Run is, it is still unlike anything we have ever seen before, which is what makes the simplicity work. Never has there been a shoe that has been so simple, yet so versatile. The Roshe Run is designed to be worn with socks, but they are also designed to be worn without socks. It’s designed to be ran in, but it’s also designed to chill in.

Finishline.com has a variety of Nike Roshe Run’s currently in stock. From Tarp Green and Volt to Black and Crimson, there are a number of colorways, and we are sure to have a pair that are right up your alley. New to 2013, the Nike Roshe Run FB sports the same silhouette as the regular Roshe, but features different branding as well as materials used on the upper.

So remember, sometimes less is more, and that is exactly what you get with the Nike Roshe Run. Its simplistic yet unique design means you can wear them with just about anything, and with a price point of $70, you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank when you cop a pair either.

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Women’s Nike Roshe Run http://blog.finishline.com/2013/04/02/womens-nike-roshe-run/ http://blog.finishline.com/2013/04/02/womens-nike-roshe-run/#comments Tue, 02 Apr 2013 23:01:34 +0000 http://blog.finishline.com/?p=8469 The perfect addition to your sneaker collection this spring is the Women’s Nike Roshe Run Casual. Built for comfort and style, these shoes make a statement without being too fussy.

 

Running inspired, the Roshe Run sneakers are perfect for anyone looking to get fit and look good doing it. They are made out of a lightweight fabric that won’t get in your way and a simple design that gets the job done. With this new twist on the Roshe Run style released last year, you won’t want to take them off.

 

Plus, the unique look and texture of the shoe will definitely turn heads. These sneakers are different than most on the market, so you’ll stand out in the gym and on the street. Pair them with workout clothes or jeans and a tee shirt for a cool, casual look.

 

Finish Line offers several styles and color combinations to jump-start your spring style. The sleek, simple design will pair perfectly with your wardrobe and these sneakers will get the job done on the track, too. The Women’s Roshe Run Casual Shoes are versatile and affordable. Not to mention, these shoes are durable enough to take you wherever you need to go. Grab a pair and make a statement.

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