Considered by many sneakerheads to be the hottest Air Jordan 1 collaboration in existence, 2014’s fragment design x Air Jordan 1 is the holy grail for many collectors out there. That said, we’re now taking a look at a pair of never-before-seen samples of the coveted Hiroshi Fujiwara sneaker.
Featuring a pretty familiar aesthetic, the sample is heavily inspired by the AJ1 ‘Royal’. Building on a stealthy black base, bold blue panels feature throughout. One of main differences compared to the release version is the embroidered branding on the heel as well as the blacked out rubber outsole.
Pretty much nothing else is known about this fragment design x Air Jordan 1 sample, so be sure to keep it locked at The Sole Supplier for more news as it develops! In related news, the Off-White x Air Jordan 1 ‘UNC’ is getting a LIMITED RESTOCK!
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