The Godfather of Streetwear announced this by sharing an image of the new dual-tone iteration via Instagram. Resembling the “Beijing” colorway, this sneaker arrives in a dark blue smooth leather upper base paired with black overlays. Additional to the usual midfoot Swooshes, Nike tongue tags and printed insoles, branding comes in the form of fragment lightning bolts at the heel. The white midsoles marked with SKU and naming text with contrasting black rubber outsoles complete the look.
Grab a first look at the fragment design x Nike Dunk High “Black/Navy” which is expected to release later this year down below.
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