The Roshe Run is a great sneaker. They’re cheap, lightweight, comfy, and their sleek design works with anything from denim to jogger pants to shorts. They come in a cornucopia of colors and patterns, and you can find one to fit almost any taste. I personally own the black Flyknits, the classic black with white midsole, the marbled midsole reds, and the Iguanas, and love rocking them frequently.
However, there’s a downside to the widespread popularity of the Roshe Run. It’s beginning to get played out. You can’t walk five feet without seeing someone, be it a 20-something girl with a pumpkin spice latte in one hand and a yoga mat under her other arm or a high schooler rocking a letterman jacket and sweatpants. There’s even a website, Daily Roshe. There can be too much of a good thing, and the Roshe may just be becoming an example.