Even after six years, Hiroshi Fujiwara's Air Jordan 1 is still one of the most valuable AJ1s ever made. Since then, the Japanese style icon has yet to unveil another Jordan Brand collaboration, but it looks like it's all about to change as he's just taken to Instagram to unveil the fragment design x Air Jordan 34.
Painted in a clean white and black colour scheme with touches of blue through, the world's lightest basketball trainer has been completely stripped back to the basics. Mesh overlays are paired with sleek taping for a streamlined look, and down below, this is the first shoe to utilise the Nike's Jordan Eclipse Plate technology, resulting in an insane amount of comfort with every step.
In terms of branding, "Nike Air" graces the heel, while you can see fragment's signature thunderbolt logo peeking through the medial side panel in a subtle but striking fashion.
Pretty much nothing else is known about the fragment design x Nike Air Jordan 34, but one thing that's for sure is that we're hyped! Let us know if you'll be adding these to your collection, and while you're here, take a first look at the next Off-White x Nike sneaker!