Nike x Fragment Design – Air Force 1 x Tennis Classic – Panda Edition

May 22, 2009 BY

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Here we have an unreleased prototype sample from the ongoing Nike x Fragment Design partnership. The shoe blends elements of the Air Force 1 and Tennis Classic to create a new shoe with its own personality. They basically use a solid white Tennis Classic upper design fused together with a black Air Force 1 midsole to give the shoe a slightly chunkier look. A few stylish touches are then added to the simple silhouette, like the Fragment logo on the side of the heel, a special tongue label, and most noticeably, a Panda graphic on the upper heel panel. These would have made for an interesting release, but it’s not looking like that is going to happen. The good news is that this size 9 sample is up for grabs over at SampleKickz, but before you make your move, be sure to check out some more pics of these after the jump. Via IndividualSole.

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