by Brendan Dunne
The Nike Roshe LD-1000 sneaker isn't exclusive to Hirosh Fujiwara's fragment design group.
Shown here is an inline pair, releasing on November 6th, that doesn't have anything to do with that imprint. Rather than the lightning bolt insignias, this shoe wears some classic Nike pinwheel branding to better connect it to the era of Swoosh design that the LD-1000 muse debuted in (we know it looks like a Cortez but that's not the reference point). Take a look at the images on them gathered here and watch for NSW accounts and NikeLab locations to release this Nike Roshe Run remix on November 6th.