After remixing the Nike Roshe with cues from old school sneakers like the Cortez and LD-1000, fragment design is dropping another similar collaboration, but look closer and you'll see that this is a completely new silhouette.
This model's known as the fragment design x Nike Roshe Daybreak. Like its name suggests, it blends the shape and midsole tooling of the Roshe with design cues from the Nike Daybreak, a runner that first released in 1979. This is most apparent at the toe and heel overlays, which are direct transplants from the Daybreak.
Priced at $135, these fragment design x Nike Roshe Daybreaks are set to release through NikeLab channels next week on January 28.