Ah yes, another plain white Air Force 1 sneaker collaboration. Continuing the streak of basic Forces, Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design has entered the chat with his own take, largely resembling the Nike icon.
Treat thine your eyes to fragment’s Nike Air Force 1: a white leather Air Force 1 Low sneaker collaboration. So….a regular AF1? It might as well be.
From what I can see in early looks, fragment branding joins the traditional “Air” on the Air Force 1’s midsole. At the same time, fragment’s lightning bolt motif gets stamped on the heel.
Outside of my suspicions of some dual branding elsewhere, that’s about it for fragment’s Nike Air Force 1 Low as far as Fujiwara touches go. The rest of the shoe is pretty much the classic shoe in the flesh, from the perforated toe box to the leather upper to relatively thick platform sole.
Granted, fragment typically doesn’t go too crazy with its footwear team-ups, unless a more adventurous third mind like
But just fragment and Nike? Don’t expect much change, outside of some nice colorways (including fragment’s signature blue) and the occasional revival of an old Nike silhouette like
Though, we did get some pretty cool, innovative kicks from
Now, we’ve got fragment’s new Nike Air Force 1 sneaker, advancing the regular AF1 collab saga alongside names like
It’s unknown when the pairs will drop (if ever), but, like fragment’s other sneaker collabs, expect the get snatched up the brand’s fans. Indeed, a few fragment heads have already gotten off their “NEED” comments.