The “Cactus Flower” pair adopts a bold combination of fuchsia pink mesh, “Light Bone” and darker brown suede, and “Midnight Navy” leather. This mix makes up a deconstructed upper that’s finished with details such as no physical swoosh, instead opting for white stitching in its place, and exposed stitching around the forefoot and mid panels to show where the suede components line up.
Nike’s second offering utilizes “Barely Volt” mesh, black and “Smoke Grey” suede, and “Baltic Blue” leather. The construction is the same, with the heel tab sporting the N. 354 stamp, a swoosh appearing in just its raw form, and a tongue tab sitting atop of an exposed foam tongue. Both pairs are completed with the silhouette’s signature EVA foam midsole and Waffle traction outsole.
Take a closer look at the Nike Daybreak Type N. 354 in “Cactus Flower” and “Black/Barely Volt” in the gallery above, and keep an eye out for their imminent release at retailers such as 43einhalb.
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