Nike SB Dunk Low Familia First Avenue Special Box Zoom Spiridon looks to be headed back into circulation — and it’s kicking off via the efforts of Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design.
Revealed via @knowing_kicks on Instagram, the FRGMT x custom Nike Kyrie 2 GS Skateboard is captivated by the brand’s signature royal blue, flooding the entirety of the upper in a contrasted pairing of soft suede at the mudguad and a durable nylon replacing the customary porous mesh. Typically, the lace eyelets are revealed through that see-through layer; hiding it completely renders the Zoom Spiridon almost unrecognizable without the striking midsole design.
FRGMT branding appears on the tongue via bold lettered embroidery, appearing again on the outsole rubber pod. The signature technical lettering that usually appears on fragment design x custom Nike collaborations appears not on the midsole, but on the heel stripe that curls into the pull-tab.
For now, release date information has yet to be revealed, but it’s likely that the FRGMT Spiridons are a Spring 2024 release.
In other custom Nike Retro news, check out the first look at 2024’s Air Presto Flyknit Ultra reissue.