A recent surfacing of the official images of fragment design’s collaborative affair with Travis Scott and the Air Jordan 1 sent the sneaker community in a frenzy as of late. The pending release of the high-top was a a bit of wake up call for the rather dormant and stale footwear scene, and there’s no sliver of doubt that everyone will be making an attempt at securing a pair, whether it be through a raffle or the Nike SNKRS Exclusive Access.
While we wait for an actual release date for the shoes, we’re getting a look at what is being called a sample of the collaborative Air Jordan 1. It features the same design and dimensions of Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 1, but the original colorway selected by Hiroshi Fujiwara. And while the release version is covered in other emblems and tongue tags, the only added accoutrement here is the over-sized fragment design double-bolt logo at the heel. Do you prefer this original concept of the design? See the additional photos ahead and decide for yourself.
If you missed out, check out the official images of the fragment Travis Air Jordan 1.