While celebratory festivities continue to take place as part of Nike’s new AF-100 campaign, the global shoe brand has called upon the likes of Don C, Kareem “Biggs” Burke, ACRONYM‘s Errolson Hugh, Travis Scott and Virgil Abloh to recreate their own versions of the iconic Air Force 1 sneaker which are currently being offered at select retailers around the world this month.
Two names who weren’t on the list but have become synonymous with Nike collaborations over the years are Hiroshi Fujiwara and Edison Chen, both of which were spotted rocking a pair of the unreleased fragment design versions of the latest Air Force 1 silhouette. The shoes were first seen on Fujiwara during a Nike event in Beijing before it eventually made way onto his personal Instagram along with Edison Chen’s. You’ll notice the traditional laces are replaced with Velcro straps along with the trademark fragment design lightning bolt engraving, while the midsole is also embellished with additional fragment design branding.
No official word if this will see mass release or remain a sample as has been the case with many fragment design prototypes.