When Nike released the Roshe Run back in 2012, did anyone really think Nike would capitalize on such a silhouette? After hundreds of colorways over the last few years, Nike Sportswear played with textiles and techs (Natural Motion, BR, Flyknit). Last month, Nike took it a step further by incorporating the Roshe outsole with the Cortez. This month, they do it once again, this time with the LD-1000. The Roshe LD-1000 looks like it was really meant to have the Natural Motion outsole. Coming in five colorways today, you can make a beeline to Sole Academy to pick these gems up. The Nike Roshe LD-1000 retails for Php 4,495.