fragment design for Nike Sportswear.

When Hiroshi Fujiwara of fragment design is involved in the design process two things are almost certain: not that many pairs will hit the market and the design will look very clean.

That´s also the case this time.
The Air Zoom All Courts are based on the original All Court from 1975. This time Hiroshi decided to go for white with a few pop colors have got a waxed canvas upper that will get very nice the more you use the shoe. Featuring a Zoom Air cushion and no Swoosh what so ever.
We´ve got three colorways in stock. White/Lucky Green, White Vivid Pink and White/Dark Obsidian.
Nice and clean with a fragment design logo on the tongue.
Price: 849 SEK.

The green, black and blue suede shoes you see here us a brand new style called Zoom Supreme Court.
Like so many other times before Hiroshi decided to put in a Zoom Air cushion in the heel for extra comfort. If you didn´t know Nike Zoom sometimes go by the name of Zoom Air and back in the days Nike called it Tensile Air. Whatever Nike like to call it it´s a slim Air pillow that is very effective.
The Zoom Supreme Court pays hommage to a few classic court shoes from the 1980´s including the classic basketball shoe Terminator. Behind the perforated Swoosh you´ll find a reflective 3M material, very nice indeed. Last year we went to Paris to meet up with Fraser Cooke and the other Nike Sportswear bosses. We got a first look at the Spring Summer 2011 collection. Last year they weren´t sure if the fragment logo would be featured on the final product. Now we know for sure that they skipped that part. Super clean and lovely.
Price: 899 SEK.

All of the above are part of the very tight Nike TierZero program. In Sweden there´s only one TierZero account: Sneakersnstuff.
Due to Nike Tier Zero rules we´re not allowed to sell these beauties online. If you´re having trouble visiting our Stockholm store please don´t hesitate to concact us at +4687430322.

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