Hiroshi Fujiwara's fragment design imprint has produced some of the best Nike collaborations in recent years, with last December's Jordan 1s being the most sought after of them all. The 1s marked the first-ever sneaker collab between fragment and Jordan, but from the looks of one of Fujiwara's recent Instagram posts, the next installment could already be in the works.
Pictured below are a murdered out pair of Air Jordan 2010s. They're quite similar to the "Black/Dark Charcoal" style that dropped in the summer of 2010, but a closer look reveals a number of differences between the two sneakers.
For starters, the materials on this new pair look more premium than their predecessor, with the toe adopting a sleek tumbled leather that appears to extend to the tongue and heel in place of the original's nubuck. Elsewhere, the "Dark Charcoal" shade has been swapped with a darker true black tone, resulting in a rather menacing look.
It remains to be seen if a fragment design x Air Jordan 2010 collab will actually come to fruition, but it does looks like a strong possibility at this point. Check back soon for more on Fujiwara's next move.