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The new Air Jordan 1 High co-signed by Travis Scott and fragment design

Dropping in the upcoming weeks

The new Air Jordan 1 High co-signed by Travis Scott and fragment design Dropping in the upcoming weeks

UPDATE 16.07.2021: After months of leaks, rumours, and especially after the great collaboration with Kim Jones on the latest Dior show, Travis Scott is ready to return to the world of sneakers, unveiling the new silhouette created together with Jordan Brand. For his new Air Jordan 1 High, Scott also joined forces with fragment design Hiroshi Fujiwara.

The Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High "Military Blue" features an upper decorated with the reverse Swoosh, now a signature of all La Flame sneakers, in a colour scheme that plays on the contrast between white, black and blue. The left sneaker is decorated on the back with the Cactus Jack logo and the Fragment Design logo on the right silhouette. 

The sneaker will be released in the upcoming weeks on SNKRS and in selected retailers for $175. 


11.03.2021: Spotted for the first time at Travis Scott's feet in February, also in the Low version, the release date of the sneaker might be closer, a kick that sees the meeting between Jordan Brand, La Flame and Hiroshi Fujiwara

The collaboration features Air Jordan 1, an ideal blend of the most distinctive elements of the Houston rapper and the legendary founder of fragment design. The silhouette is in fact characterized by the backward Swoosh, Scott's signature trait in all his collaborations with Nike, while the colour scheme is a tribute to the iconic Air Jordan 1 signed by fragment design. 

The sneaker is full of details that recall in a balanced way all the voices involved in the collaboration, as evidenced by the Cactus Jack branding on the heel of one shoe, and the fragment design logo placed on the other, a co-branding that is also found on the tongue of each shoe. In general, the sneaker is dominated by blue, interspersed with black accents and details and white inserts. 

In any case, these are still leaked photos, and for this reason, it's not clear whether this is a friends & family edition or if instead, it's the official preview of what will actually be the Air Jordan 1 made by Hiroshi Fujiwara and Travis Scott. 

Stay tuned on nss magazine for all updates.