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Rumor has it that fragment design is joining the Dunk party this year. Notorious leak accounts suggest that Hiroshi Fujiwara’s brainchild is teaming up with Nike on three co-branded Dunk High sneakers.

fragment design and Nike previously released a city pack of three Dunk Highs in 2010, all of which featured mismatched color-blocking and the fragment design logo stamped on the side of the heel.

While leak accounts suggest that this year’s linkup could be a retro of the 2010 city pack, that seems unlikely as Fujiwara and Nike have never retroed past projects before.

Fujiwara recently shared a shot of what looks like mismatched Dunk Highs on his Instagram, though the photo is black and white, so it can’t be confirmed whether this is a very early look at what’s to come.

This year’s fragment design x Nike Dunk High pack is rumored to be dropping in the Fall. With so much time between now and the rumored release, a lot can still change. As always, stay tuned for more information.

*Note: the Dunks pictured above are the 2010 “City Pack” fragment design x Nike Dunk Highs.

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