Nike Roshe LD-1000

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

When it comes to casual kicks, the Swoosh continues to outdo itself with each passing season. Teaming up with Hiroshi Fujiwara’s brand Fragment Design, Nike debuts the Roshe LD-1000.

The low top silhouette sports a Nike Cortez upper, in your choice of either navy or black. Both color options are hit with contrasting white accents on the heel tab, tongue tab, side panel branding, and the outsole. If that outsole looks familiar, that’s because it’s straight from the beloved Roshe, an outsole that’s extremely flexible while still being supportive, providing all day comfort for any activity. These two colorways are being released for the Fall 2015 season, and are currently available through the Nike online store for $100. [Purchase]

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