Hiroshi Fujiwara's next Air Jordan collaboration has yet to be confirmed, but today we're learning that the legendary streetwear designer's next sneaker will be another project with NikeLab.

Spotted by Highsnobiety, this upcoming collection sees NikeLab partner with both fragment design and GOODENOUGH for one of the most unexpected projects we've seen lately. Available in black/white, red/white, and navy/white/red, this pack is straightforward yet refreshing. From what we can see so far, each sneaker dons "GOODENOUGH" branding at the heel, with the black pair taking on a smooth leather build and the other two colorways opting for a textured material that looks like it may be Stingray leather. 

For those who are unfamiliar, GOODENOUGH is Fujiwara's first ever clothing line. Launched in 1989, it served as the introduction for his revered design language, and now it all comes full circle with this three-way collaboration.

Release details are scarce, but it looks like these could be popping up in Japan as soon as this weekend. Stay tuned for info on a stateside release.