Often considered the “godfather of streetwear,” Hiroshi Fujiwara has given birth to multiple brands, concept stores, and creative studios over the decades. He’s also collaborated with the likes of Levi’s, Stüssy, Converse, and Nike. The first collab between Nike and fragment design, perhaps Fujiwara’s most successful label, happened in 2010. Now, the pair are back with the fragment design x Nike Air Jordan 3, which finally drops this week following various teasers.
Marking the first time Jordan Brand and Fujiwara have teamed up since their coveted, and now very expensive, AJ1 collab from 2014, the fragment design x Nike Air Jordan 3 arrives in a black and white colorway. This “Orca” color combo pays reference to the Japanese designer’s earlier work with Nike, and bears bold fragment design logos above the midsole and beneath a translucent Jordan logo on the heel. Though it’s releasing on September 17, the sneaker is available to secure at StockX now.
As expected with anything this legendary creative touches, Hiroshi Fujiwara’s previous sneaker projects with Nike tend to sell for astronomical prices. With that in mind, we’d recommend having your finger on the pulse this time around. StockX market data shows that the fragment design x Nike Air Jordan 3 is currently selling for an average price of $1,110. Its 52-week high reached $2,184, so it could be a smart time to cop.
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