Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design group is a regular collaborator with NikeLab, and one of its most acclaimed, with seemingly every new project eliciting rave reviews. As previously seen on the Roshe LD-1000 and Roshe Cortez, later this month Fragment will help the Swoosh unveil another cross between a classic running shoe and the Roshe Run.
In fact, the Fragment x Nike Roshe Daybreak follows those previous blueprints to a T. Just like the Cortez and LD-1000, the original Daybreak featured the simple mesh upper and suede overlays that were a hallmark of ’70s running designs. On the Fragment x Nike Roshe Daybreak, that upper is merely transposed onto a Natural Motion-tooled Roshe sole unit for a look that’s equal parts vintage athletics and contemporary aesthetics.
Look for the Fragment x Nike Roshe Daybreak to kickoff in an obsidian colorway on January 28, before plenty of non-Fragment editions (we previewed several here) start hitting stores.
Fragment x Nike Roshe Daybreak
Style #: 826669-410
28 January 2016