by Brendan Dunne
The sneaker references the Nike Daybreak, a relatively nondescript Swoosh runner that made its debut in 1979. That core is dressed up in the more modern Roshe DNA and Nike's Natural Motion tooling on bottom.
Like other hybrids of this sort, this silhouette will be introduced via a special edition from Hiroshi Fujiwara's Fragment Design.
The sneaker release date for the Fragment x NikeLab Roshe Daybreak is Jan. 28.
Fragment x NikeLab Roshe Daybreak
Release Date: 01/28/15
Style #: 826669-410