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May 07, 2010

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This fall, Nike and Hiroshi Fujiwara and fragment design lead again teamed up to launch models Nike SB shoes All Court Low cooperation. The cooperation section of the introduction of four color, and designated shops for sale in the world. One of the University of exclusive red color as the Greater China region, paragraph, will only shop in the Greater China within the designated available for sale. This is the first time Hiroshi Fujiwara designed shoes for the Greater China region, is worth the wait. All four All Court Low scheduled for Sept. 18, in Shanghai JUICE; Hong Kong's Exit, JUICE, and PS7; and Taiwan's INVINCIBLE and JUICE simultaneous listing.
The launch of the All Court Low cooperation section followed his usual succinct style since, the overall use of white leather uppers, Nike Dunk High shoes, punching the side is made of low-swoosh. In addition, lines with different color selection lichen leather, crocodile embossed leather and glazed leather to present the three different textures. Heel to two different blocks of color, were printed with "Nike Dunk" and fragment design logo.


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