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fragment design x Nike ACG Zoom Meriwether

November 2, 2011 BY / 1

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Take a look back at fragment design’s collaborations with Nike and you won’t be surprised at the simplistic nature of this ACG Zoom Meriwether. Often selecting a tonal upper with a simple secondary color and featuring the brand’s logo via the split ‘pill’ logo or the ‘thunderbolt’ version, fragment design knows how to keep things simple without conveying mundanity. Here’s a look at the fragment design x Nike ACG Zoom Meriwether; we already showed you another fd x Meriwether back in late July (that grey/navy colorway), and this one follows suit, using the simplest colorway known to man – black and white. Check out the additional images below and let us know what you think of the colorway.


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Lurker1111
Lurker1111

Fragment definitely did an excellent job of turning a fairly bland ACG into a sophisticated and clean looking shoe. Now where can I get a hold of a pair...?



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