Verdict from 100+ user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Several users note the good ground grip of the Roshe 2 Flyknit V2.
  • The majority of users describe this pair as the most comfortable pair they ever had.
  • Many reviewers applaud the excellent quality of materials used on this pair.
  • One user notes about the removable insole which he can change with his preferred orthotics.
  • Most of them reveal that they would highly recommend this pair to their friends.
  • Many commend the stylish and modern design. Some wearers said they receive a lot of compliments while wearing this shoe.
  • Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 runs true to size.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of users criticize that the Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 is hard to maintain as it gets easily dirty.
  • Some users disclose that this pair runs a tad narrow. 
  • A few users complain about the slightly high price of this kick.

Bottom line

The Nike Roshe Two gets another makeover with subtle alterations in materials. The Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 features a cleatie construction with sock-like collar for a comfortable slip-on. It has a streamlined design with a more secure, flexible, and comfortable fit.  

Staying faithful to its lineage, the Flyknit V2 of Roshe 2 has a simple yet modernized profile suitable for the present-day on-the-go lifestyle. Although it is found at a slightly expensive price point, this shoe delivers big on comfort and even bigger on the style.

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Good to know

The Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 is available in men’s and women’s sizes. This kick features a cleatie construction with a sock-like collar for easy slip-on/off. Also, the lace-up closure system with rope-like lace provides its wearers a secure fit.

The low-top Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 displays a futuristic update to the classic Roshe silhouette. To enhance the street appeal, Nike incorporated the Flyknit fabric for lightness and breathability. The sock-like fit provides a second-skin feel making it comfortable for all-day wear. It also features a very comfortable cushioning fitting for activities that need an extended period of standing. Many wearers sport their Roshe 2 Flyknit V2 with activewear, jeans, joggers, skinnies and even with a pair of shorts. 

Many users noted the fine ribbed Flyknit upper of the Roshe Two Flyknit V2. This design delivers a much-refined variation compared to the first Roshe 2 Flyknit. This Flyknit technology delivers a stretchy and supportive element that surely gives a snug and adaptive fit.

After two years of conceptualization, Nike launched an uncomplicated and adaptable shoe designed by Dylan Raasch. The Roshe Run was released in 2012 as inspired by the calmness and simplicity of the Zen arts. The Roshi word was coined from the Japanese word Roshi which means Zen master.

The majority of the masses praised the straightforward design yet functional elements of the Roshe Run. Nike did not expect the massive appeal, and most of them liked that this pair is available at an affordable price point.

Nike renamed the Roshe Run to Roshe One in 2015, to emphasize that this is the flagship model of the Roshe line. After a year, Nike released the Roshe Two, which is the updated version of the first iteration. The Roshe Two remained simple yet updated with some minor tweaks on few details in the upper and midsole.

In 2017, Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 was released that has more breathable and lightweight features. It highlights its three-layer foam cushioning and slow-recovery memory foam for a more comfortable ride.

  • The triple-density cushioning of the Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 delivers a perfect combination of support and softness.
  • It has a molded traction pattern for added flexibility and durability suitable on a variety of surfaces.
  • It has a tongue and heel pull tab to aid the wearers in putting on this pair.
  • It features the Flywire eyelets for a more adaptive fit.


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