Facts Only Teachers Know About jordan 4 Bleu

When it comes to street fashion, the United States and Japan are global standard-bearers. Kindred spirits in soul and sole alike, when the Stars & Stripes meet the Rising Sun, the result is usually hotter than hell.
 
This Fall, just as the summer sun is waning, Nike and Jordan 4 Bleu  Jordan Brand are unleashing their newest collaboration with Fragment Design, the brainchild of Japanese streetwear pioneer Hiroshi Fujiwara. Together, the creative minds have turned the clock backward and forward at once, producing some “future nostalgia” in the form of Air Jordan 3s and the all-new Air Cadence.
 
Inspired by streetwear and gym-rags alike, the Cadence is the lifestyle shoe with the heart of a trainer, a perfect pair for the modern “athleisure” trend. On the other hand, Fragment X Jordan 3 is a fitting homage to one of the most important sneakers of the entire street style movement. Throwing-back and future-tripping combine for timeless results.
 
When it comes to street fashion, the United States and Japan are global standard-bearers. Kindred spirits in soul and sole alike, when the Stars & Stripes meet the Rising Sun, the result is usually hotter than hell. This Fall, just as the summer sun is waning, Nike and Jordan Brand are unleashing their newest collaboration with Fragment Design, the brainchild of Japanese streetwear pioneer Hiroshi Fujiwara.
 
Together, the creative minds have turned the clock backward and forward at once, producing some “future nostalgia” in the form of Air Jordan 3s and the all-new Air Cadence. Inspired by streetwear and gym-rags alike, the Cadence is the lifestyle
 
shoe with the heart of a trainer, a perfect pair for the modern “athleisure” trend. On the other hand, Fragment X Jordan 3 is a fitting homage to one of the most important sneakers of the entire street style movement.
 
Throwing-back and future-tripping combine for timeless results.Rewinding the clock to 2002, Hiroshi Fujiwara first brought his vision to Nike as part of the HTM collaboration between him, sneaker design GOAT Tinker Hatfield, and former CEO Mark Parker.
 
Their collective innovation led to some truly evolutionary footwear, and now Fragment’s founder has returned to remind everyone that as Leonardo DiVinci asserted, “simplicity is the greatest sophistication.”

The Air Jordan 3 is one of Nike’s most treasured silhouettes, and style-savvy Fujiwara has had the desire to give it his signature flair for years. The “Godfather of Harajuku” has been active in intercontinental street style since the 1980s when he brought crates of hip hop records back from New York. Since then, he’s evolved into a sort of “cultural DJ” who spins good vibes and fresh looks deeply rooted in hip hop and the streets.
 
Just in the nick of time, Fujiwara has taken a time-tested, legendary sneaker and elevated it without overwhelming the original. From a distance, the Fragment X Jordan 3 retains the OG visuals but adapts the details effectively and distinctly. Closer examination might lead to a bombastic reaction once its true form is fully absorbed.
 
From the bottom up, these kicks are an uncanny analog to their predecessor, but the originality is glaring at the same time. Clean white soles stand out below the signature black that stretches around the entire shoe.
 
Fragment’s unmistakable double-bolt logo is covertly Jordan 4 Bleu  embossed on the side, but on the rear-heel, it screams boldly in black on white. Overlaid upon the Fragment logo is the iconic Jumpman in translucent clear plastic, reminding the wearer as well as onlookers that this shoe is ​definitely​ a Jordan.
 
The shoe’s tongue bears both brands, with a white-on-white Jumpman on the front and an inverted “fragment” tag on the inside. Paying a stylistic nod to the “Orca” pack, the Fragment X Jordan 3 is an instant entry into the halls of envy.
Publicado en Food en abril 19 at 05:05
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