Supreme x fragment design x Nike All Court Low – Black

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Hiroshi Fujiwarais one of Nike Sportswear’s longest running collaborators, but we’ve never seen his fragment design label as busy as they are currently in preparation for the fall season.  fragment is set to drop a pair of the new ACG Zoom Meriweather boot, a pack of Tennis Classics with velcro straps instead of laces, and four different sets of Nike All Courts.  Three of those are lowtops and the above pictured colorway is quite similar to one in use on both fragment Lows and Highs.  So with all these black upper/white soled kicks on the way, the dual branding on the Supreme x fragment design x Nike All Court Low helps to keep things clear.  This pair adds red laces and heel tabs for a look that’d normally be associated with Chicago, yet in the context of their dual role as billboard, they serve as a reminder that regions are losing some of their local specificity as the global economy unites sneakerheads across borders.  Click through to see more angles and stick with Sneaker News for all the fragment design release dates this fall.  via Kenlu

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