NikeLab and fragment design are back together again, now introducing a brand new hybrid, the Roshe Daybreak.
The first thing you will notice on the design of this shoe is the fact that it appears to be inspired by both the Nike Roshe LD-1000 and the Nike Roshe Cortez. Think of the Nike Roshe Daybreak as a hybrid model of the two classic silhouettes.
The Nike Roshe Daybreak actually got its name by referencing a vintage Nike runner that released back in 1979. The shoe will debut in a mesh and suede upper that’s built like a Roshe Run and comes sitting on top of Nike’s NM sole unit.
The collaboration also sees the two brands utilizing a familiar Tuscan rust and black colour scheme as well as a Pine green and yellow colour combination, with vintage Nike branding taking over the tongue.
The Nike Roshe Daybreak NM “Vintage Pack” will be available at Shelflife on the 18th of February for the retail price of R1699.00