As one of http://nike.com” target=”_blank”>Nike‘s earliest model, the All Court was the “Swiss Army knife” of its day, functioning in all type of court surfaces, from basketball, tennis, to even the most basic court-base sport, handball. For this reason, its influences could be seen all around the Nike’s extensive product portfolio, even till today.
Its simplicity and versatility made it a favorite among many, including long time Nike collaborator Hiroshi Fujiwara. And when the opportunity arose recently, Fujiwara decided to update the 30-year-old design. In place of the canvas of the original is now premium leather with a large Nike Swoosh logo perforated on the side. Lightning bolt logo from Fujiwara’s http://fragment.jp/” target=”_blank”>fragment design is brandish on the heel. To maximize comfort, Fujiwara added a Nike Zoom Air sockliner on the inside.
The Air Zoom All Court Premium LTR (leather) TZ comes in 2 simple colors of white and black, with the white edition available at selected Nike Sportswear retailers starting this weekend and the black edition releasing next Saturday, August 29th.
Nike Sportswear – 21 Mercer
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New York, NY 10013
http://nikesportswear.com/” target=”_blank”>Release Dates:
White Edition – August 22nd (Today)
Black Edition – August 29th (Saturday)
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