Brand: fragment design x Nike

Model: Dunk High

Release Date: June 5

Price: $150

Buy: Nike SNKRS

What We’re Saying: Following a look at the brand's upcoming collaboration with Travis Scott on the Air Jordan 1, images of fragment design's new Dunk emerged. If the pair looks familiar, it should, as Hiroshi Fujiwara and Nike are bringing back the iconic "City" pack from 2010.

News of the "City" pack's potential return began to circulate earlier this year when numerous leak accounts reported on three upcoming fragment design x Nike Dunks. With the collection seemingly set to be retrod this year, we now have an official look at the "Beijing" colorway, which will be dropping very soon.

The 2021 iteration of fragment's Dunk High "Beijing" boasts the familiar black and purple color combo. However, there is one significant difference, as the new pair isn't mismatched like the OG. The sneaker does still feature fragment design's signature lightning bolt emblem at the heels, mimicking the 2010 variation. On the midsole, we then seen a line of style code, which incorporates "SU21," seemingly a nod to the Summer 2021 release.

The "Beijing" Dunk High is expected to be joined by the "London" and "New York" colorways from fragment's original "City" pack, although that has yet to be confirmed. Regardless, you can look forward to the black and purple pair arriving on June 5 through Nike SNKRS.

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