Take an Official Look at the fragment design x CLOT x Nike Air Force 1 "Black Silk"

Edison Chen, Kevin Poon and Hiroshi Fujiwara reveal what’s hidden underneath.

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After weeks of teasing, we now have an official look at the fragment design x CLOT x Nike Air Force 1 “Black Silk” and some release details. Taking to Instagram, CLOT founders Edison Chen, Kevin Poon and Hiroshi Fujiwara to reveal what is hidden underneath the sequel to the popular Air Force 1 “Royale University Blue Silk.”

This time around the low-cut model features a black silk upper which continues the Silk Royale pattern which CLOT first used in 2007 and has been used in an array of its exclusive products and special collaborations. But under the silk outer layer is a premium red leather base etched with a fragment design thunderbolt take on the traditional Chinese-inspired pattern. The initial tonal look is continued on the perforated leather lining laces, eyelets and dubrae which also come in sleek black. Branding on the shoe comes in the form of midfoot Swooshes, tongue tags and “Nike Air” embroidery at the rear. Rounding up the collaboration is a clean white midsole paired with a contrasting gum rubber outsole.

Priced ¥28,500 JPY (approximately $262 USD), the fragment design x CLOT x Nike Air Force 1 “Black Silk” is releasing in limited quantities at POP BY JUN at Shibuya PARCO  with a drop at JUICE stores November 29 for Black Friday. Stay tuned for more details regarding the wider release.

 

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PARCO SHIBUYA / #POPBYJUN / @clot x @fujiwarahiroshi x @nike BLACK SILK AIR FORCE 1.

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PAIRS WAITING FOR U ✔️⚡️✔️⚡️✔️⚡️ @parco_shibuya_official @fujiwarahiroshi @nike @clot

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good shoes bring you to good places to meet good friends #clot #fragment #nike

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#clot

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NIKELAB AIR FORCE 1 PRM CLOT/FRGMT ¥28,500+TAX #popbyjun

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In case you missed it, CLOT and Modernica created a limited-edition “Royale University Blue Silk” Fiberglass Chair.

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