To acknowledge the special release, the shoebox arrives with a clear plastic exterior wrapping and a traditional inner cardboard box specially designed to match the shoes. The clear exterior wrapping is etched throughout with Cactus Jack, fragment design and “NIKE AIR” logos in black to mark the collaboration between La Flame and Hiroshi Fujiwara. On hind side, the cardboard box features a “Sail” base with contrasting logos in “Military Blue” to once again celebrate the team-up.
No dates are announced yet for the Travis Scott x fragment design x Air Jordan 1 High and Low but are now expected to officially drop sometime this fall.
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