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FOOTWEAR Published: July 29, 2019  |  WORDS: Staff

Cop the Undercover Nike Daybreak sneakers in three new colorways

Nike is back at it again with its ongoing collaboration with Jun Takahashi’s Undercover.

 

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The latest collaboration between the two brands sees three new colorways of the Nike Daybreak silhouette.

The two behemoths Nike and Undercover continue their ongoing collaboration with the launch of three new colorways for the 1979-released Nike Daybreak sneaker. The three colorways include the Bright Citron, the Obsidian and the University Red. As the brightest of the three, the Bright Citron pair sports a Citron yellow nylon upper with black suede overlays. The Obsidian pair comes in dark navy uppers that are completed with a gold Nike swoosh and laces. We also have the University Red pair, which, as its name suggests, features a red upper that is complemented with white and black suede overlays.

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The three shoes’ function is not compromised as they still come with the waffle soles the Nike Daybreaks are famous for. The standout features of these three shoes though are easily the speckled heel cage that protrudes from the rear, enhancing the futuristic look of these pairs. This unconventional feature does not only contribute to the form of the sneakers, as it’s said to offer better heel stability as well.

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You can stand a chance to cop these Undercover Nike Daybreak sneakers on End Launches. Unfortunately, the Obsidian and University Red pairs are only offered in ladies’ sizes while the Bright Citron is offered only in men’s sizes. The Obsidian and University Red pairs are priced at S$229 while the Bright Citron pair is S$285.

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