Hiroshi, who was in attendance at Nike‘s recent Future Sport Forum, wore the shoes during his time in New York. Taking to Instagram, the godfather of streetwear offering more looks at the collaboration.
Done in smooth white leather, the traditional lacing system usually found on the upper has been replaced by three velcro straps. The unique design elements from Hiroshi come in the form of extended “FRGMT” branded heel tabs and half-perforated midfoot Swooshes. Rounding up the design of the shoe are tongue tags, “Nike Air” embroidered at the heel and a clean pure white sole unit.
Take a look at the fragment design x Nike Air Force 1 High below.
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