Here, Nike wraps the Roshe Two in a never before seen Flyknit pattern that most closely resembles that of the Free RN Motion Flyknit, which Nike unveiled at last week's Innovation 2015 event.
It's not quite the same, though, as this Roshe Two Flyknit features textured ridges at the toe and tongue area. The sneaker's side panels then shift to a flat striped knit before finishing with a crosshatched design at the heel. All in all, it's one of the most interesting executions of Flyknit tech we've seen so far.
No release details are available, but it's a safe bet that these will follow shortly after the official release of the standard Roshe Two. Check back soon for the latest updates.