fragment design x Nike Air Footscape Freemotion – Purple

By - March 25th, 2010

fragment design x Nike Air Footscape Freemotion   Purple

A concept originated far apart from the normal footwear design process, the Nike Footscape came to existence on the basis of how a pair of shoe should really fit. This translated to an off-set lace system and a prong contour that reflects the natural inclination of foot shapes. All make Footscape one of the most comfortable footwear in relation to its peers. Now comes this purple variant created by none other than Hiroshi Fujiwara and his http://fragment.jp” target=”_blank”>fragment design branch. The exclusive http://freshnessmag.com/2009/12/11/nike-air-footscape-freemotion-%E2%80%93-spring-2010/” target=”_blank”>Footscape Freemotion feature a purple sheath with Flywire, covering a breathable, lightweight mesh in white. To signify the collaboration, fragment design’s logo are encrusted on both front and back heel pulls. Scheduled to launch later this year, the fragment design x Nike Footscape Freemotion is currently available in very limited number at http://marqueesole.com/php/client/product.php?id=295″ target=”_blank”>MarqueeSole.

fragment design x Nike Air Footscape Freemotion   Purple

fragment design x Nike Air Footscape Freemotion   Purple

fragment design x Nike Air Footscape Freemotion   Purple

fragment design x Nike Air Footscape Freemotion   Purple

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