I took a day trip into D.C. with a friend which consisted of viewing national monuments, eating from various food trucks, shopping in Georgetown and walking until our bodies were sore. The Georgetown Nike store is heavenly. It’s a spacious, modern, multilevel building housing the latest Nike clothing and kicks. I fell in love at first sight with the Nike Roshe NM Flyknit SE’s because of their emerald color (Shout out to all of my Taurus’).
If Roshe’s and Flyknit’s had a baby – this sneaker would be that baby. Hence the name. These sneakers are just as comfortable as the classic Roshe. However, I like these better because the knit upper sole is slightly thicker, making your toes less visible through the fabric. Classic Roshe fabric is very thin– if you wiggle your toes, you can see the outline of each and every toe. It’s almost as creepy as seeing an unborn baby’s fist punch through the inside of its mothers stomach.
Nike Roshe’s are the most comfortable sneaker. And despite this Roshe hybrid’s complicated name, it is no exception. However, I would recommend wearing socks with these sneakers because the ridged upper sole has a tendency to rub against tops of your toes. It’s not painful by any means– just annoying. The soles also have a slight bounce, so it may feel like you have pep in your step when you walk.
These are actually Men’s sneakers. I am a 9.5 in Women’s sneakers which is equivalent to an 8 in Men’s. All of my Converses are Men’s 8 so I know they fit. However, the Men’s 8 in this shoe was too big– about the same as a Women’s 10. So, I got a 7.5 and they fit perfectly. So, for any women looking to get these shoes, purchase a half size smaller than what you would normally get.