UPDATE: The growing hype has quickly been shut down as fragment design’s own Hiroshi Fujiwara shared his thoughts on the rumored fragment design Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe.” Taking to his personal Instagram, Hiroshi shared an image of the mock and stated: “I have never seen this.” While rumors frequently begin with an image of what the potential release could be, it’s evident that we may never get a follow up to the highly-coveted 2014 release.
ORIGINAL: According to sneaker insider @hanzuying, a sequel colorway of Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG model is set to release next year. @hanzuying is noting that a finalized design has not been made and that more samples are set to be produced.
Rumored to drop sometime in 2019, a sample that has surfaced reveals the shoe will feature much of the same classic “Black Toe” scheme found on the original release in 2014. But this time around, bright red serves as the anchoring tone, while stark white will appear on the tongue. Finishing up the design is a set of iconic “Nike Air” tongue labels and fragment design embossed logos at the heels.
No official word regarding a drop just yet, but stay tuned for more information regarding the release of the fragment design x Air Jordan 1 “Black Toe.”
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