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by Brendan Dunne

While the fragment design x Nike Roshe LD-1000s have been the most clamored after for this hybrid silhouette, they aren't the only ones out there.

This red-based take on the shoe, for example, lacks any of the branding from Hiroshi Fujiwara's famed design firm. Of course the lack of that branding will cause the sneaker to sit around more than its limited edition counterparts, but at least people can enjoy the shoe without having to worry about raffle tickets or countdown timers for its online release.

There is no sneaker release date yet for this black and red version of the Nike Roshe LD-1000.