He’s rubbed shoulders with Nike almost every single year for the past half a decade and sometimes bringing to life models that have been in Nike archives for so long, it was never known to have existed to the newer generation of sneaker addicts. This holds true of the All Court that was first designed some 30 years ago. fragment design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara took this model and revamped it in his own simplistic style last year. One year later, he comes back again but this time shies away from his signature black/white color scheme. Instead, he takes on bolder and brighter colors for Spring/Summer 2010.
On the cards are 4 colors, 2 of which are a Tier 0 release and the remaining 2, Quicskstrike. All sport a canvas body with the Tier 0 pairs of navy and red sitting on a plain mid sole while the Quickstrike pairs in green and mustard yellow sit on a textured mid sole. However, only the Tier 0 pairs will don the ‘broken egg’ logo on the insoles.
These will release at Tier 0 doors and Quickstrike accounts including Limited Edt, 313@Somerset, Singapore.