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Nike x Fragment – Tennis Classic – Green & Red

May 21, 2008 BY / 0

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Since we last broke the news on Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment and Nike collaboration on the Tennis Classic model there has been little to no discussion amongst shoe fanatics until last week when we briefly dropped a note on the Nike x Fragment “Panda” pack that will be released to bring aide to the victims of one of the worst natural disasters in the last few years, the earthquake in China. Now it looks like Hiroshi Fujiwara will be showing the Tennis Classic even more love with these two colors of his Fragment x Nike collaboration. It looks like HF has just received two new samples of his collaboration and the new colors include a solid Green pair and a solid Red pair. No word on the release of either shoe but we’re expecting it to be limited. via HF

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