The Nike Roshe Run won a lot of admirers for its simple upper construction, but a lot of the widespread adulation came from the chunk of funk phylon sole. So the question is, can it still be a Roshe Run if it doesn't have that famous sole? Nike thinks so, and they've subbed in their Natural Motion sole on this latest rendition of the Roshe – but don't fret, it's still a very chunky sole and has that Roshe look, it's just a bit more flexible. Black suede panelling is the business on the upper, while the Breeze part comes into play with mesh on the toe and tongue, a reddish rocky hue Nike have dubbed 'iron ore'. You can snare a pair of these from retailers including Hype DC and Titolo now.