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Nike's ongoing partnership with Jun Takahashi's UNDERCOVER is still strong, with some all-new Daybreak sneakers. The first two colorways of the new collaborative silhouette, coming in black and blue, have officially dropped today, with a bright yellow pair slated to drop sometime this year.

The new kicks follow last year's co-branded offerings of Nike's popular React Element 87s and Zoom Fly silhouettes, this time exploring inventive fabrication and technical materials. The sneakers were first previewed at UNDERCOVER's SS19 show at Paris Fashion Week, maintaining the traditional nylon upper and suede overlays of 1979's Tailwind, with UNDERCOVER branding on the lateral midsole and a modified speckled heel piece.

Following today's official drop, the black, blue, and yellow colorways are already available at StockX, reselling at between $280 and $359. If you're looking to secure the perfect colorway for your summer rotation, these originals are guaranteed to turn heads and are all available for reasonable mark-ups following its official releases.

Don't miss this dope next phase of Takahashi's burgeoning Nike relationship and cop yours via the links below.

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UNDERCOVER x NikeDaybreak
$280
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UNDERCOVER x NikeDaybreak
$134
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UNDERCOVER x NikeDaybreak
$350
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