Claiming its stake as the first remastered retro, Japan’s fragment design have taken a stab at creating their own Air Jordan 1. The colorway consists of black, white, and a ‘sport royal’ blue, not veering far from the Air Jordan script. The iteration of the classic silhouette is truly a relic in its design, emblazoned with the original Nike branding on the sneaker’s tongue (replacing the now standard Air Jordan logo). In addition, the heel features both an Air Jordan crest logo at the top and a smaller fragment design logo above the midsole. When it’s all said and done, Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design have done a bang up job at reiterating a timeless classic that started it all.
The fragment design x Air Jordan 1 Retro High will be releasing via NikeLab on December 27th, as well as other select stockists worldwide.
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