The seamless Nike Roshe One upper is of course perfect for graphic treatments, as we have seen on the popular silhouette many times over the years. Dealing the photo prints and graphics is exciting, yet can also quickly end up being too bold and over the top. Nike opted for a toned down black/white version of a picture of the beautiful Japanese cherry blossoms, resulting in an easy to wear, yet special version of the sneaker. Cherry blossom season in Japan is traditional in April and May every year. This time you get to celebrate it a little earlier, as the Nike Roshe One “Cherry Blossom” just started arriving at Nike Sportswear retailers.

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