Having recently presented the new fragment design x Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP, we move to the next silhouette that Hiroshi Fujiwara and his fragment design team worked on with the Swoosh. Having inspired silhouettes from the Nike HTM collection in the early 2000s already, the Nike Sock Dart returns this season in a refreshed fragment design look, after having been officially released in 2004. At the time way ahead, the Sock Dart was the first sneaker ever to be made with computerized knitting technology. The market now finally seems ready for it and we are excited to see it back in the collection. The sneaker features a dark olive woven upper and a transparent, silicone lockdown strap in lieu of laces. It looks like the fragment design x Nike Sock Dart will come as part of a pack of sneakers designed by fragment design, including also the Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP and the Air Jordan 1. We should have more news on that this week and will of course keep you posted.

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