- Joined Sep 26, 2004
LMAO, you're taking the comparison too detailed.false.
the NMDs were packaged as the next flagship lifestyle shoe coming off the Ultra Boost success
as well as the Yeezy line.
The Roshe Run was designed as a low key budget model that wasn't marketed at all. It had a solarsoft
insole, that's it. It's basically a sandal but it saw immense success and gained a cult following.
I replied in terms of wave... As in trend
Roshe had its hype...in its peak you can't find pair and OG colors were selling for an arm and a leg.
NMDs had the same trend... Their first few releases had good resale and also to the extent of no pairs can be found at shops.
But with both market saturation, both models came crashing down.
So yes, I still stand on my opinion that Roshes and NMD shared the up and downs.
You may have a different opinion but that's my opinion.