Longtime Nike and Jordan Brand collaborator Hiroshi Fujiwara has revealed a previously-unseen fragment design x Air Jordan 3. Merely a sample sneaker, Fujiwara wore the shoe during a visit to Nike’s Hong Kong Department retail location.

Fujiwara notes that Nike asked him to work on the Air Jordan 3 a few years back. Admittedly hesitant — as he insists that the Air Jordan 3 is already a beautiful silhouette — the designer seemingly reworked the OG “Fire Red” colorway, implementing azure detailing in place of bright crimson. The 3’s also feature smooth black leather where the accustomed elephant print overlays generally appear, as well as classic Nike Air branding on the heel. The fragment design sample boasts the tooling number as well, similar to the Air Max LD-Zero, Roshe LD-1000 and Benassi JDI.

Again, this particular fragment design x Air Jordan 3 is just a sample and will not release. If it were to hit retail, however, would you try to cop?

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