It seems like fragment design is keeping itself busy these days. Just having finished its Nike Air Trainer 1 collaboration, the team around Hiroshi Fujiwara has already jumped into the next partnership. The designer's passion for skateboarding culture and functional, timeless products makes him the perfect partner for the Converse CONS collection. Together the two present the fragment design x Converse CONS CTS Ox collection for Fall 2015. While staying true to the original, the heavy vintage canvas uppers are finished in three classic colorways as part of the collection - black, parchment and navy. Each sneaker comes with contrasting white stitching and nickel hardware. Furthermore there are two bold metallic striped versions, finished in silver and gold on a clean white base, with tonal hardware. Subtle fragment design branding is placed on the mid-sole, which has become a bit of a signature for the brand.

The Converse CONS CTS fragment design Collection will be available at select retailers starting Thursday, September 10 in Asia, with a global release scheduled for September 11. The sneakers are priced at $80.

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