Initially delivered as a long distance race shoe in 1979, Nike’s Daybreak has considered a to be as an easygoing top choice in the course of recent years because of clean in-line colorways, mixture models like the OverBreak SP and convincing joint efforts with brands like UNDERCOVER. Presently, the smooth, waffle-soled shoe is back indeed in a cool-conditioned “Ordnance Blue” colorway.
Uppers and tongues the same are built of customary smooth nylon, here which is wearing a light sky blue shading suggestive of the UNC Tar Heels. Differentiation and backing the same are given by rich naval force softened cowhide curved guards, heel overlays and eyestays for an ocean and-sky blend of blue tones. Swooshes are done up in unmistakable naval force blue cowhide, and old-school Nike Sportswear hits show up on the white calfskin heel tab and white tongue label the same. Down underneath, trim white EVA froth padded soles work with a Bill Bowerman-affirmed dark waffle elastic outsole to adjust the look.
The Nike Daybreak “Ordnance Blue” is set to deliver through Nike SNKRS and select Swoosh stockists on December 16. The retail cost is set at an even $100 USD.