While the adidas Y-3 Qasa has drawn plenty of comparisons to the Nike Roshe Run in the past, they do differ from that NSW shoe in one big area: price. While the Roshe started out as just a $70 shoe, this Y-3 creation commands $385 thanks to its home in that Yohji Yamamoto sub-label. Is it worth the price tag? That’s up to you to decide, and flipping through the photos of them that are down below should aid in that process. Take a look and then get in touch with the team at Feature, as they’ve got the adidas Y-3 Qasa High “Khaki” in stock now.