Dubbed one of history’s greatest threesomes by http://complex.com/ENTERTAINMENT/FEATURES/Historys-Greatest-Threesomes/Nike-HTM”>Complex, the HTM line from Nike is back. HTM for those of you who are scratching your heads is made up of three of today’s most influential and recognized figureheads. H, is for Hiroshi Fujiwara whose fragment design has become synonomous with high quality collaboration products ranging from denim to sneakers. T, represents Tinker Hatfield, the man behind a number of classic Nike sneakers as well as the majority of the Air Jordan signature line. And lastly, M, is for Mark Smith, longtime Nike’s Creative Director of Special Projects.
In addition to the http://freshnessmag.com/2009/12/18/fragment-design-x-nike-sportswear-air-footscape-motion-detailed-look/”>Footscape Free Motion, Hiroshi previewed this entirely new Nike HTM 2 during the http://freshnessmag.com/2009/12/18/nike-sportswear-springsummer-2010-greater-china-energy-summit-event-recap/”>Greater China Media Summit, which from what Hiroshi says, is still a working name. The HTM 2 will be the first of many new shoes released under the Nike HTM line in the coming months. Hiroshi Fujiwara gave us a look at his colorway of this futuristic looking sneaker that features Nike Free 7.0 along with a no-lace upper. The Nike HTM 2 is scheduled for a tentative release later this year in a few different colorways including one done by Mark Smith and another by Tinker Hatfield.