Previously Unseen fragment design x Nike Samples Have Surfaced

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Hiroshi Fujiwara’s partnership with Nike has roots that date back years. He’s been an instrumental partner for the company, both as a collaborator and a paramount advisor through his role in the HTM collective.

The former, of course, is riddled with designs that we’ll never see at retailers. A large assortment of samples are generally produced before any fragment design x Nike x Jordan Brand release ever sees the light of day. A few of them have surfaced today.


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Widely assumed to be from 2014, when the beloved “frag” 1s dropped, this secondary Air Jordan 1 sample is much closer to a “Royal” re-imagining.

Its counterpart is an Air Force 1 Low covered in a black snakeskin texture with fragment branding at the heel. And, upon further examination, you can see the factory “sample” print within the sole of the shoe.


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#unreleased #nike x #fragmentdesign #airjordan1 #samples from 2014

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There aren’t any known plans for another fragment design x Nike collaboration. But we’re always hopeful for a new drop, restock, or just about anything Fujiwara wants us to have.

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