The fragment design x Air Jordan 1 Is Selling at Marshalls for $60 USD

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The fragment design x Air Jordan 1 was at the top of most sneakerheads‘ Christmas lists when it released back in December of 2014. Originally priced at $185 USD, the kicks were so high in demand that prices on the resell market shot up to 10 times the retail listing. However in a peculiar turn of events the ultra-rare sneakers have, without reason, been popping up on the shelves of Marshalls where they have been selling for a modest $60 USD. Lucky customers have been posting their finds on Instagram as recently as Friday. While it may be a long shot, taking a trip to your nearest Marshalls might just be worth it for some of you.

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