fragment design x Nike Zoom All Court 2 Low ‘Leopard’ Pack

Nike and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s ‘fragment design’ are no strangers. Past collaborations have seen these two heavyweights get creative with the All Court and Zoom Match Classic, with very classy and subtle results.

That theme gets carried over to this release with a triple offering of the Zoom All Court 2 Low, with a healthy dose of the ever popular leopard print being applied. This is about as classy as a sneaker can get with going OTT, and is a fine example of a high profile collaboration executed perfectly. The three variations of the leopard print caters for a wide audience of footwear fanatics and has unisex appeal. Minimal branding from both sides makes this release another subtle affair and the colours also play in to that toned down feel.

It’s another killer collaboration from these two, with a blend of heritage and modern style working effortlessly.

Available from End Clothing and Foot Patrol on Saturday 10th September 2011.

Images courtesy of Highsnobiety.

Chris Benfield

Chris is a multi-disciplinary designer working across editorial, print, identity and digital for a variety of industries. Previous clients include Nike, PUMA, Dazed & Confused and Boxfresh.

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  • M1234

    Yes. Great stuff!