We all know the famous “The Ten” collection by Virgil Abloh and Nike. But the story behind the The Ten collection is not what we see. Both Hiroshi Fujiwara and Virgil worked for this project with their different ideas and designs. But Nike chose Virgil’s design for his unique features which were embossed in the sneaker.
This year Fragment designer leaked the sample pictures of the Air Max 1 from the scrapped Ten collection which caught a great bunch of attention. Following this Hiroshi shared the pic of the unreleased shoe from his “The Ten” collection which is an Air Jordan 3. The shoe has the same aesthetics that of the Air Max 1. The elephant print with supple leathers has been replaced with smokey grey suede upper. The lace eyelets have been replaced with metallic lace loops and the shoe comes the fragment branding on the lateral ankle.
Like the Air Max 1, the shoe has the production serial code printed just above the air window.
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