Hiroshi Fujiwara of fragment designs and Nike’s HTM line has been quite busy. The last couple of months he’s dropped heavily coveted releases which include the Jordan 1 collabs and a handful of colorways for the Nike Sock Darts. Now with one of Nike’s latest and most popular models the Nike Roshe, they make slight changes to it to bring forth the Nike Roshe LD-1000.
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With the Roshe LD-1000 they add a different material instead of the usual full mesh that people are accustomed to on the Roshe One. They give it an all black upper leather to bring back that old Nike Runner feel; think Nike Cortez. What is kept however is the very comfortable cushion of the Nike Roshe One which infuses that newer technology with the older runner’s look. Of course the sneaker is stamped with the fragment design “thunderbolt” logo to finish off the sneaker.
Since these are a first look, no word of release or anything just yet so stay tuned with us here at Kicksologists.