Despite a lack of collaborative Air Jordan releases 2019, Hiroshi Fujiwara was recently spotted wearing an unreleased Air Jordan 3 sample. The pair you see Hiroshi Fujiwara rocking is actually a Fragment Design x Air Jordan 3 sample that never made its way to retailers. Hiroshi was spotted laced up in the pair at Nike’s The Hong Kong Department retail location. He was there to speak during a “Nike On Air” panel and even showcased some his previous fragment design x Nike creations. Among them was the fragment design x Air Jordan 1 that made its retail debut on December 27th, 2014 at a price of $165.
The fragment design x Air Jordan 1 High resembling the model’s OG “Royal” colorway that arrived three years ago was one of 2014’s biggest releases. The sneaker originally hit the shelves on December 27th, 2014 and it unexpectedly return once again last month. END Clothing held a raffle as a part of their new END Launches internal platform to distribute the fragment design x Air Jordan 1 High to the winners. The draw came to an end on January 20th. While that sneaker may not arrive at retailers again any time soon, apparently a brand new fragment design x AJ1 “Bred” is joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2017. Continue reading The Latest fragment design x Air Jordan 1 Sports A “Bred” Color Scheme
The Nike Trainer 1 has made a name for itself by familiarizing professional tennis players with cross-training footwear. It was back in 1986 when the Nike Air Trainer 1 first appeared on the tennis court, and despite its uncanny look, Nike’s cross training sneaker model eventually rose to fame. Its forefoot strap, lateral outrigger and mid-top design made it equally beneficial in the gym and on the court, and now this legendary cross training model is receiving Nike release 2015 for a very special event. Continue reading This Air Trainer 1 Collection Is One Of Three fragment x NikeCourt Collections
The U.S. Open, one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world, will be here in just a couple of weeks and it seems like Nike Sports is also preparing for it in their own way. In recent times, NikeLab has frequently collaborated with fragment design resulting in the creation of Air Jordan 1 iterations featuring a premium makeup. In anticipation of the U.S. Open and to do something special for the occasion, Nike and fragment design are teaming once again, so yet another premium Air Jordan 1 colorway can be expected to hit the shelves on one of the upcoming Nike release dates 2015. Continue reading Fragment Design & NikeLab Collaborate Again On This Air Trainer SP “US Open”