Earlier today, at an event at the POOL aoyama in Tokyo, Japan,  revered designer and style icon Hiroshi Fujiwara officially unveiled the upcoming Nike x Fragment Design collaborations. 

Consisting of three models, the Air Jordan I Retro, the Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP, and the Nike Sock Dart, sneakerheads and fashionistas worldwide are drooling at the chance to own HF's latest and greatest. We've previously covered the Air Jordan I Retro and the Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP, but today's event revealed the third model, the Nike Sock Dart. Originally released in 2004, the Sock Dart was the first sneaker to be created from computerized knitting technology. This release features details similar to previous editions with the continued use of a translucent silicone strap and a woven upper. A release date has yet to be revealed but in an Instagram post by NikeLab, info should be available soon enough via its Twitter account. The Nike Roshe LD-1000 SP which was originally rumored to drop on October 23, is scheduled to officially release on Thursday, November 6 on NikeLab.com and NikeLab locations. We are still waiting to hear additional info regarding the Air Jordan I Retro. 






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