To fall in line with the principles of sustainability Nike is intent on not wasting a single thread of material. Their conservation efforts have given way to a very interesting new take on the ever popular Nike Roshe Run.

The Nike Roshe Flyknit has been drafted in these quirky new "Random Yarn" colorways that finds the upper woven from surplus Flyknit yarn to create a very unique model. This method of construction promises that no two shoes are alike and it yields some pretty beautiful results as well.

The jumbled up runners are set to release at select Nike retailers on Oct. 4th and you can order them online as well at Nike.com. Going for $125 a pop this could be a very cost effective way to have completely unique footwear.

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