Impossibly light and incredibly comfortable, the Nike Roshe Run Flyknit blends minimalist styling with maximum innovation. Meant for everyday wear, the design’s Flyknit upper conforms to your foot for lightweight support, while retaining the now-iconic Roshe Run design language.
First introduced in 2012, Flyknit technology broke new ground on the track, allowing wearers the perfect fit for the perfect run. Now, the precisely engineered fabric and yarn variations live atop the Roshe Run’s one-piece midsole/outsole. Signature innovation lives below as well, with an updated natural motion tooling that features forefoot flex grooves for enhanced flexibility. Additional comfort comes from within the design with an Ortholite sockliner.
Though it’s silhouette is nearly identical to the original Roshe Run, as they say looks can be deceiving. This is simplicity redefined. This is the Roshe Run Flyknit.
The Nike Flyknit Roshe Run Collection is now available in-store at Packer Shoes and via email order (click here to purchase).
Nike Roshe Run Flyknit
Black/Neo Turquoise-Blue Glow-Black
Nike Roshe Run Flyknit
Black/Sequoia-Light Armory Blue-Black
Mike Lapilusa photo by @ Peter Pabon (@thewastedtalent)
A certified court classic, the Tennis Super (formally known as the adidas Lendl Supreme) was seen on the feet of some of the game’s most dominant players of the 80s.
Bold in its styling, the shoe was a reflection of a changing game in a time when legends were born out of power and precision. With tennis fast-moving from country clubs to arenas, the Tennis Super quickly became a fan favorite, and the unmistakable 3-Stripes mark became a staple of court style.
Featuring soft full-grain uppers with terry lining, an amply padded tongue and a molded insole, the Tennis Super offered game changing comfort.
Unique to the shoe are stability straps in the forefoot, and a specially designed eyestay for enhanced fit and support. Built with the best players of the time in mind, the dual density polyurethane midsole boasted a biomechanically designed traction profile that allowed every wearer to feel like the pros.
Accompanying the Tennis Super are three classic apparel pieces in the form of a short sleeve Polo ($65), Track Jacket ($90) and v-neck ($100) available in both white and navy blue options.
Back for the first time since 1986, the adidas Originals Tennis Super is now available both in-store and online at PackerShoes.com.
Retail is set at $105 USD.