In 2014, Fragment released one of the most coveted Air Jordan 1 collaborations of all time. The blue, white and black Air Jordan 1 will run you between $1700 and $2200 on the resale market depending on your size, according to Stock X.  Earlier this week, the sneaker account @hanzuying on Instagram posted about a red "black toe" version of the sneaker, saying that it would be coming to market in 2019 despite not going to mass production yet.

The news had sneakerheads excited at the prospect of one of the model's most popular colorways getting the Fragment treatment. Don't get too excited just yet though because it doesn't seem like these are actually happening. Hiroshi Fujiwara, a designer at Fragment took to the gram to dispell the rumors of a new collab. 

"I have never seen this," he said underneath a photo of the shoe. Considering Fujiwara has never seen this mock-up, it's safe to assume there are no plans for a future Jordan collab. Of course, this could just be a plea to keep the surprise alive but don't hold your breath. Until Jordan Brand confirms the collab, there is no point in getting your hopes up. Although it would be interesting to see this pair come to life.

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