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It's no secret that Hiroshi Fujiwara loves the running silhouettes from Nike's early years, and the 'H' in 'HTM' has been instrumental in reviving vintage models, such as the LD-1000 and the more-recent Sock Dart, for a new generation of Swoosh-heads to enjoy. The latest retro runner to receive the Roshe fusion treatment thanks to Fragment Design will be the Nike Daybreak, a late '70s trainer from the tail end of the waffle golden-era that hasn't seen shelves since its 2007 retro in faux vintage form. Hiroshi has updated the runner similar to how he merged the LD-1000 and Roshe in 2014, keeping the upper panels fairly consistent with the original Daybreak while replacing the waffle sole unit with the current Roshe NM tooling. If you love that future-retro look Fragment has perfected, the new Roshe Daybreak will be released on NDC and select Nike Sportswear accounts from the 28th of January.

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