The Nike Roshe hearkens back to the days when runners weren’t overcomplicated but still got the job done. This is more than exemplified in Hiroshi Fujiwara’s latest design on the sneaker which blends it with one of Nike’s most understated runners.

The Nike Roshe Daybreak blends the heart of the Roshe with the throwback style of the original 1979 sneaker for a very futuristic retro feel. The upper of the Daybreak replicates the classic materials found on the 70’s and 80’s era of Nike running shoes.

The Roshe's suede heel and toe overlaps a full mesh body and a white outsole hangs down the bottom. The model is set to release in four colorways: black, white, purple and orange.

You can cop the Nike Roshe Daybreak Pack directly from U.K. retailer Size? on Saturday (April 23) for $130.

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