After first being teased by longtime
The “Tokyo” supplies a subtle-yet-striking color scheme, mixing rich navy shades on the toebox, quarter and collar with black mudguards, eyestays, Swooshes, collar flaps, heels and heel tabs. Apart from the Swoosh, branding is served up by fragment design’s signature lightning bolt logo, stamped in blue on the lateral heel. There’s also blue Nike hits on the nylon tongue’s fabric tag and a tonal fragment design graphic on the insoles. Moving down below, white midsoles feature a black tooling code-inspired text graphic on the rear half of their lateral side. Black rubber outsoles round off the look.
Nike SNKRS Japan has the fragment design x Nike Dunk High “Tokyo” listed for a September 4 release date. Info on a global release has yet to be announced, but if June’s fragment design x Nike Dunk High “Beijing” retro is any indication the “Tokyo” will eventually see a worldwide release for $150 USD.
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