Nike LDWaffle x sacai x CLOT ‘Orange Blaze’ | Raffle Closed!

With the continuation between Nike and Chitose Abe’s Japanese fashion label Sacai, this year has seen the duo return once again to their LDWaffle silhouette. After briefly leaving the silhouette alone and concentrating on the likes of the VaporWaffle and the revisit of the Blazer, sacai have once again turned their attention back to the LDWaffle whilst also inviting a third collaborator to the table to bring their unique takes to the even more unique shoe.

After linking up with Jordan brand and Travis Scott for a three way collaboration, Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design was the first one of these partners to come on board and now, we get a chance to look at the latest and its none other than streetwear favourite, CLOT.

Still featuring that iconic double up of everything from the Swoosh, to the laces and down to the tongue, CLOT bring one of the most dramatic changes to the silhouette with the change in materials. Where the mesh usually sits across the toe, this has been scrapped and in its place is now a semi translucent ripstop like material which pays a slight tribute to their iconic Air Max 1 and its fully translucent toe box. Along this, signature dual branded touches appear to the tongue and heel whilst the overlaid Swoosh now appears in a snake skin. Sure to be a collaboration to remember, get your entries in below for your chance to purchase!



ONLINE raffles will now be over on the Footpatrol app, CLICK HERE to download!

To enter, you’re required to sign up via the above forms, these WON’T be available in-store to sign up on. 

In-store winners will be contacted via email informing them of their win. Within this email, winners will be given a set of dates in which they must collect their win from our London store. To collect, you will need to provide the winning email and a valid photographic government ID matching the winners name. NO ONE can collect on the winners behalf. Failure to provide this, or failure to collect within the given dates will mean failure to purchase your win.

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