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Nike’s recently introduced Roshe Run sneakers were designed to bridge a gap between lifestyle and performance footwear. At first glance, the shoes appear to be nothing more than a casual sneaker, but if you look deeper at the outsole, you will see the Free technology inspired design cues. The end result is a highly wearable sneaker that costs significantly less than most performance sneakers. Bows & Arrows recently received this grey and teal pair and it is available now for $70.

Take a closer look after the jump.

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