The Fragment x Air Jordan 1 that released in 2014 is one of the most highly-coveted Air Jordan collaborations of all time. While some samples have surfaced from then to now, another project between Jordan Brand and Hiroshi Fujiwara has eluded the public. That all might be changing soon as the legendary designer was recently spotted in a never-before-seen Air Jordan 3.
This Fragment x Air Jordan 3 takes on the same color scheme as the popular Air Jordan 1. A white leather upper is accented by black leather wrapping the toe and heel. Royal blue hits can be seen on the tongue, ankle collar, midsole, and heel tab. Special details include a Fragment lightning bolt logo stamped into the lateral heel, additional script branding written above the Air bubble, and the always-appreciated OG "Nike Air" branding on the heel.
There is currently no word if this is a sample from previous years, or if a Fragment x Air Jordan 3 could be making its way to retailers in the future. In the meantime, check out a closer look at the pair below.
UPDATE (07/31): Thanks to GOAT, check out a detailed look at the Fragment Design x Air Jordan 3 sample below. This pair was first spotted on designer Hiroshi Fujiwara's feet back in April while speaking at a Nike panel in Hong Kong. As mentioned by Fujiwara, this ultra-rare sample is not expected to release to the public.