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The low-top Nike Daybreak (also known as Nike Daybreak SP) has US sizes for both men and women. Utilizing the classic lace-up closure, this sneaker allows wearers to have a customizable fit.

Featuring the original Daybreak’s silhouette in vintage nylon and suede upper with new old-school details, the Nike Daybreak SP is just as appealing as the 1979 original. This running-inspired low-top is available in different color schemes that are easy to match with numerous casual attire. Its most distinctive aspect is the suede overlays that give a luxurious vibe.

The eye-catching aesthetic of this revamped retro sneaker makes it a prime option during urban walks, holiday trips, casual workdays, and weekend getaways. It works best with jeans, khaki pants, shorts, and joggers.  

The heel counter of the Nike Daybreak is specially designed to deliver superior stability. All-day comfort plus lightweight cushioning is offered by the footwear’s foam midsole. The classic waffle rubber outsole ensures grip and durability.

The Nike Daybreak is one of the earliest Nike running shoes by the Swoosh brand. It was released just before the dawn of the ‘80s. It exhibits a low-profile construction with a modest silhouette that shares some similarities to the Nike Cortez. Its lightweight feel is attributed to the suede and nylon upper.  

Nike reimagined the classic running icon Nike Daybreak in 2019 that resembles the original model. The Nike Daybreak SP features a futuristic aesthetic packed with sufficient support for today’s active lifestyle. A collaborative model with a Japanese-based clothing line called Undercover is also released in 2019.  

  • It has a regular price tag of $100.
  • A few of the available colorways for the Nike Daybreak SP currently are black/dark grey/metallic silver, lavender mist/lilac mist/black, and ocean fog/mountain blue/metallic gold.
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Danny McLoughlin

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