Nike Roshe One "Iguana"

A tribal-inspired brown canvas iteration for the popular shoe.

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Nike is back with another colorway adorning its popular Roshe One silhouette (previously known as the Roshe Run). This time around, the classic Phylon sole is kept a clean white, while its upper is comprised of a brown canvas matched with a teal tribal-inspired print. Finishing it off is its white Swoosh and matching brown canvas laces. Head over to Packer Shoes to cop a pair for $85 USD.

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