Hiroshi Fujiwara Reveals fragment design x Air Jordan 34

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Despite not being an active participant in Nike‘s recent Future Sport Forum event in New York, Hiroshi Fujiwara, who was in attendance, revealed a fragment design x Air Jordan 34. Taking to Instagram, the godfather of streetwear teased his take on the new Jordan Brand model, believed to be a designer exclusive.

Dressed in the white, black, and blue palette Hiroshi has become known for. The clean white upper has been subtly marked with the fragment lightning bold logo and accented by black detailing elements. Blue hits appear on the tips of the laces, vamp and heel to complete the tri-tone combination. Elevating the shoe is a molded TPU Eclipse plate and Zoom Air cushioning assisted midsole paired with a translucent icey herringbone traction rubber outsole.

Take a first look at Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design x Air Jordan 34 above.

For more footwear news, Nike recently prepared a bright and bold Spring 2020 Tokyo Running Pack.

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