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[URL=https://www.newjordan1.com]New Jordan[/URL],Fragment Design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara previewed his latest Air Jordan 34 collaboration during New York Fashion Week.It features a White textile mesh upper with Royal Blue accents on the eyestay, laces, and rubber outsole completed with Fragment’s signature lightning bolt logo on the side.Fragment x Air Jordan 34 Much like the Fragment x Air Jordan 1 collab from 2014, this Air Jordan XXXIV comes in a similar color blocking.
[URL=https://www.2019sneakersrelease.com]2019 Sneakers Release[/URL],While details of the shoe are minimal, the model is suggested to boast a crisp white tumbled leather construction.After previewing an exclusive Air Jordan 34, Hiroshi Fujiwara is back at it with another teaser, this time revealing a fragment x Nike Air Force 1 High, made in conjunction with his fragment design imprint.The notable detail is focused on the dark grey heel tab that bears fragment’s signature lightning bolt logo, “FRGMT” text, along with the word “THE” at the bottom.
[URL=https://www.cadysneakers.com/product-category/nike-kyrie-5/]Nike Kyrie 6 Trophies[/URL] is just one of the many silhouettes celebrating NBA All-Star Weekend, and this rendition pays tribute to Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls’ 1996 championship.Other details include a speckled translucent outsole, “06/16/96” text on the lower tongue of the right shoe, and “06/19/16” on the left as a nod to Irving’s only NBA Championship. Donning a bold red upper, contrasting gold and black accents are applied throughout the reflect the team’s signature hues.Furthermore, the graphic on the inner lining pattern acknowledges the carpet that MJ laid on crying after winning his first NBA title, following the loss of his father.
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