One of the best shoes ever made would have to be the Nike Dunk Low. Overall, this is a sneaker that has been around for over 40 years at this point. At this point, you cannot deny just how amazing the aesthetics are. It is a timeless silhouette that can be worn any which way. Although trends and tastes are constantly evolving, the Dunk Low reigns supreme. Consequently, numerous brands and artists are always trying to get their own Dunk Low collaboration. Now, it seems like two legends are teaming up.
If you follow our sneaker coverage, you have certainly seen quite a bit in regard to CLOT and Fragment. These are two imprints that have worked with Nike in the past. Subsequently, they are teaming up for the 20th anniversary of CLOT, on the Nike Dunk Low. This is a huge collaboration, and the official images for the new sneaker are here. Overall, you can tell that a lot of thought and care was put into this shoe.
Nike Dunk Low With A Clot x Fragment Twist
According to Sole Collector, CLOT founder Edison Chen was very excited when talking about this collab. “Contrary to what some may think, our conversations rarely revolve around work. Most of the projects that come from me and Hiroshi, they’re very organic. This project is very rare. I think we trust each other enough that we have a level of standard, and it just moves" he explained. Firstly, this shoe has a gorgeous silver upper with graphics all the way throughout. Secondly, we get a cool translucent midsole, and some black materials on top to add contrast. From there, Fragment and CLOT branding can be seen everywhere, from the insole to the back heel.
For those of you who want these, they will be dropping via raffle on Saturday, May 19th. This will take place through the Juice Store app. Additionally, the sneaker is going to cost $150 USD. More sizes will be available through platforms like GOAT and Flight Club. Let us know what you think of these, down in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news and updates from around the sneaker world.
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