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It's been a little while since we've heard from the Nike Lab, but it turns out that the Swoosh team has been hard at work cooking up another collaboration with Fragment.

For their latest collar with Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, Nike is reinventing the iconic Nike LD-1000. By adding Nike Roshe NM tooling, the 1970's running shoe is getting a modern makeover. The Nike Roshe Run has been a smashing success so it makes sense that they'd bring the popular sneaker's technology to their collaboration series with Fragment, which has been another success story in itself.

You can cop a pair of the Nike Roshe LD-1000 By Fragment on November 6 at Nike Lab. Check out some more images of the sneaker below, as well as photos from the Japanese unveiling of the shoe.

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