Following a brief http://freshnessmag.com/2011/09/09/fragment-design-x-nike-zoom-all-court-2-low-leopard-pack-2/” target=”_blank”>detour into the wild, http://nike.com/” target=”_blank”>Nike and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s http://fragment.jp/” target=”_blank”>fragment design have set a course for more familiar terrain. The two names have come together to once again do what they do best — namely, deliver low-profile sneakers that are exceptionally refined in their simplicity. Their All Court 2 Low TZ, in both white and navy colorways, is built with a cotton canvas upper and signature white rubber toecap. Branding is limited to a printed Nike logo at the heel, tonal tongue label and interior fragment tab. Both styles feature white midsoles and metal eyelets, while the navy is dressed with contrast stitching. And that essentially sums it up. Their ascetic design is precisely what makes them objects of desire. Both colorways are available now at London’s http://footpatrol.co.uk/” target=”_blank”>Foot Patrol.
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