After seeing a few pairs in a GPX style graphic-laden upper, the Nike Roshe Run Slip-On is going back to the basics where it started off nearly two summers ago with a monochromatic upper. The latest version uses military blue on the laceless silhouette while accents of turbo green hit the heel. And although this particular pair is not as bright as the “Laser Crimson” offering, the $75 price point and signature Roshe comfort will go a long way to making this pair an everyday go to. You can get with us after the click for a better look at this Summer-styled Roshe Run and know that you can reserve your pair today from select retailers like Oneness.
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been several occasions where I almost got into an accident because I was
driving in another driver's blind spot. To make matters worse, I usually have
my three-year-old daughter in the car! If blind spots can indeed be reduced, or
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