Hiroshi Fujiwara, considered the Godfather of Japanese street fashion. At the end of 2014, images began to appear of a potential Air Jordan 1 release by Nike and Fragment Design, Fujiwara’s iconic streetwear brand.
Inspired by the Jordan 1 High ‘Black Toe’, the shoe uses a simple color scheme. As a combination of white, black and blue leather, this sneakerhead has been sought after by the sneakerhead world from the very beginning. The use of the small Fragment Design logo on the heel is what really makes this sneaker brand name. As expected, it sold out instantly and Fragment 1s quickly became one of the most beloved Jordan 1 colors.
Nike Air Jordan 1 High ‘Shattered Backboard’ (2015)
On 25 August 1985, Michael Jordan participated in the Italian match between Stefanel Trieste and Juve Caserta. In this match, MJ went on one of the more memorable drunks that crashed the net behind, causing the glass to fall all over the field.
Released in 2015, the Jordan 1 High ‘Shattered Backboard’ is a homage to that event. Black, orange and white colors are taken from the Stefanel Trieste jersey that MJ wore when the back plank broke.