Brand: fragment x Nike

Model: Dunk High

Release Date: TBD

Price: TBD

Buy: TBD

What We’re Saying: We can all agree that Hiroshi Fujiwara's fragment has had a great year, offering his seal of approval to some of Nike's most desirable silhouettes, including the Dunk. You might have missed your chance on the last fragment x Nike Dunk High, but that won't stop you from trying for this one. As if the Bejing Dunk High, Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Highs, and Lows weren't enough, we've still got the collaborative LDWaffle with sacai and another Dunk to look forward to.

Baring a striking resemblance to the recently released Bejing iteration originally released in 2010 as part of the three-part City Series Pack, little information is provided by the image's Instagram caption besides its updated coloring of black and navy. Whether or not these are the next drop in a rumored trio akin to the original pack, is yet to be seen. Raffle losses and trips to the secondary market go hand-in-hand with the release of new heat, and if the hype in Fujiwara's comment section is anything to go by, you'd better buckle up for more heartbreak.

Much like its "Wine" colored counterpart, the upcoming drop strays away from the loud dress of the recent Cactus Jack releases, optimizing a less-is-more approach that strips the silhouette down to a stealthy aesthetic instead. Even the iconic fragment design logo stamped towards the heel is given a more subdued tonal finish to allow the palette's timelessness to speak for itself. Amongst a slew of Dunk releases, both high and low, these are set to slide into the limelight.

While no official release date has been given outside of the elusive "2021," it's best that your start readying your trigger fingers now to avoid disappointment. Keep your eyes peeled as any more info surfaces.

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