Nike first introduced the Roshe Cortez this summer, and has since released additional colorways, including a collaboration with fragment. To follow up on the success of its newest hybrid model, Nike is now releasing three new colorways in a suede pack.

The Roshe Cortez is an interesting sneaker because it fuses together the brand's first ever track sneaker with one of the most popular models of the last few years. To add to the historical relevance of this sneaker's Cortez inspiration, Nike added "Blue Ribbon Sports" branding on the insole, which was brand's first official name. That is a great touch that gives customers a chance to own a unique tribute to Nike's past.

The pack comes in red, blue, and green colorways, but no release date in available yet.