Nike's Roshe Two Colorways Stir Up Strange Visual Illusions

By: Riley von Niessen - Aug 18, 2016
References: nike & highsnobiety
Although Nike's new Roshe Twos don't use actual holographic technology, the way in which separates color in many models gives them a strange hypnotic quality.

This comes from using different colors of stripes placed closely together, giving the sneakers more depth and entrancing any who look for a prolonged period of time. The colorways range from vibrant and statement-worthy to more subdued and casual, with examples of the former including a peach, gray and black model and a neon green, blue and gray.

The latter includes a black and gray variation that varies in different shades to maintain the striped pattern and another gray and light-gray version that does the same. The Roshe Twos makes use of the popular Nike Flyknit technology as well, making the collection lightweight, breathable and versatile.