Who should buy the Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2

The new Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 suits your preference if you are:

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Style of Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2

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.

Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 style

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.

Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 sock-like fit

Many wearers sport their Roshe 2 Flyknit V2 with activewear, jeans, joggers, skinnies and even with a pair of shorts. 

Flyknit upper of Roshe Two Flyknit V2

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.

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This Flyknit technology delivers a stretchy and supportive element that surely gives a snug and adaptive fit.

History of Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2

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. 

Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 collar

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.

Nike Roshe Two Flyknit V2 outsole

Facts / Specs

Style: Sporty, Minimalist, Sock
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Roshe, Nike Flyknit, Nike Flywire
Closure: Slip-on, Laces
Designed by: Dylan Raasch
Material: Knit, Rubber Sole / Fabric

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.