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fragment design x Nike All Court Low – Black Canvas

May 6, 2010 BY / 0

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The Nike All Court Low has enjoyed some superb releases this year, not the least of which have been a run of collabo colorways from fragment design.  Hiroshi Fujiwara put the premium touch on this lates pair of All Courts, but instead of monochromatic suede like the four-pack of Quickstrikes that hit in April, these black joints are all canvas.  The laces are black too, which means the metallic silver eyelets shine without distractions, and as is the case with all All Courts, these rock that funky asymmetrical toe-cap.  Available now at Korean e-tailer Kasina, these black fragment design x Nike All Court Lows should be out in the states soon and Sneaker News will keep you posted.

Style: 411007-001
Color: Black/Black-White

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