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The CLOT x fragment design x Nike Dunk Low is Coming Soon


Adam Cheung
February 28, 2023

Celebrating the Hong Kong streetwear label's 20th anniversary.

Edison Chen and Hiroshi Fujiwara are certainly no strangers when it comes to rare three-way collaborations with Nike. Back in 2019, the two brands teamed up with the Swoosh for the CLOT x fragment design x Nike Air Force 1 Low, and it's still considered by many as one of the best Air Force 1s ever made, even to this day. If you, like many of us, didn't manage to secure your size four years ago, don't worry, as the CLOT x fragment design x Nike Dunk Low is coming very soon.

Image credits: felexyee

While not much is known about this Dunk Low at this moment in time, we know for a fact that it will be painted in a white and black color palette and will be crafted from silk which will most likely tear and wear over time to reveal a traditional pattern underneath. Swoosh branding adorns the lateral and medial sidewalls, and "CLOT" and "FRGMT" are finely stitched around the heels. To round it all off, co-branded detailing is printed across both insoles, with CLOT's logo superimposed into the number "20," celebrating two decades since the Hong Kong-based label made its grand debut.

Not much else is known about the CLOT x fragment design x Nike Dunk Low at this moment in time, so make sure you keep it locked for all of the latest news and updates as they develop. Let us know what you think of this coveted collab, and in related news, the Nike Dunk Low CO.JP just surfaced in a "Snakeskin" colorway!

Image credits: felexyee
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and streetwear. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.