Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design just unveiled its newest Nike collaboration, an all-black Air Force 1 Low that’s sure to capture the heart of any sneaker minimalist. Off the back of the duo’s all-white iteration, the contrasting follow-up boasts the same, familiar tonal details alongside classic custom branding.
Debuted by GOD SELECTION XXX founder Yasunari Miyazaki, the new kicks feature the standard low-cut Air Force 1 design, crafted with tumbled leather and fragment design’s signature lightning bolt logo on the lateral heel. Elsewhere, the shoes feature a debossed “FRGMT” logo on the midsole.
The new collaboration follows a long list of fragment x Nike team-ups, with the first Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker AF1 released all the way back in 2002. Since then, the design duo have joined forces on croc-skin AF1s, Lunar Force 1 Lows and a silk collaboration with CLOT.
Take a closer look at the new kicks above, slated for release in 2024 and priced between $120 and $160 USD.