fragment design x Nike Air Max LD Zero “Cool Grey”

The hybrid sneaker gets a dose of zen Japanese sensibilities.

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With Hiroshi Fujiwara’s rendition of the Nike Air Max LD Zero earlier this year proving to be quite popular among sneakerheads, the Godfather of Streetwear has once again partnered with Nike to provide another take on the hybrid silhouette. Here, the sneaker has been daubed in Cool Grey and Light Graphite, while fragment design branding can be found on the tongue, heel tab and full-length Zoom Air sole. Look for the fragment design x Nike Air Max LD Zero “Cool Grey” to become available imminently online at KITH for $210 USD.

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