by Brendan Dunne

Hiroshi Fujiwara is back in bed with Nike, and this time he's using the Nike Roshe Run as his platform for this new project.

The Roshe DNA is almost invisible here though - the shoe looks a lot more like the LD-1000 that its referenced in its name (The shoe is being billed as the Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP). On bottom is a natural motion sole that gets some interesting text stamped on top, which is an approach that we've seen Fujiwara use before. This pair of Hi-Roshes is set to release on October 23rd, and they're apparently going to be available right on Nikestore. Tell us if you're feeling the fragment design Nike Roshe Run LD-1000 and stay tuned should more photos show up.

Nike Roshe Run LD-1000
717121-401 10/23/14

Images via High Snobiety