After receiving a bold deconstructed twist last week, Nike’s latest spin on its 1979 classic Daybreak runner — the Daybreak Type N. 354 — has arrived in two new colorways. Offered up in “Black/Summit White” and “Laser Orange/Summit White,” the two versions are a welcomed addition to Bill Bowerman’s iconic silhouette.
The shoe’s upper has been made primarily of an airy mesh material, which features exaggerated stitching throughout alongside various suede panels. On the first of the colorways, the upper has been doused in black, with hints of “Menta” found at the heel and at the Swoosh. The latter iteration sees a vibrant “Laser Orange” emblazoning the upper, with contrasting “Vast Grey” and “College Grey” suede panels found throughout. Both feature a comfortable EVA foam midsole in white that’s been paired with a black waffle traction outsole. Finishing off the shoes are “N. 354” logos on the tongue and heel.
Take a detailed look at the Nike Daybreak Type N. 354 in “Laser Orange” and “Black” above. Both pairs are currently available via Nike Japan’s webstore for ¥11,000 JPY (approximately $100 USD), with a global release expected soon.
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