Style

Wearing Travis Scott's Fragment Jordan 1 Low sneaker: Worth the hype

One of the most coveted Nike shoes of 2021 leaves nothing to be desired — and it's going to go down as an all-time classic.

Edgar Alvarez Barajas / Input

Ever since it was officially revealed in August, there was no doubt Nike’s latest Travis Scott collab would be extremely hyped — as it combined the artist’s magic touch with one of the most renowned streetwear brands: Fragment Design.

Edgar Alvarez Barajas / Input

Created by Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, Fragment has worked with Nike on a slew of projects, including an iconic Air Jordan 1 in 2014 — which is the inspiration for this Travis Scott sneaker, as well as the high-top version of it.

Actually wearing the Travis Scott x Fragment Jordan 1 Low will be familiar to any sneakerhead who’s ever worn an AJ1, save for the fact there’s a backwards Nike Swoosh logo on the upper along with a color combo of blue, black, white, and cream.

Edgar Alvarez Barajas / Input

You’ll also notice branding from Cactus Jack, Travis Scott’s label, similar to what we’ve seen in his other Nike and Air Jordan collabs.

Nike Travis Scott x Fragment Design Air Jordan 1 Low review on feet

As is usually the case nowadays, Nike’s Travis Scott x Fragment Jordan 1 Low sold out immediately both on SNKRS app and La Flame’s site (via lottery-based draw). The sneaker, which retailed for $150, is now reselling for upward of $1,000.

Edgar Alvarez Barajas / Input

A sneaker is worth as much as you want it to be, so if you have the means to pay resell for this pair, there should be nothing stopping you. And if you were lucky enough to get it for retail (and actually have it delivered), you best be wearing the shoe instead of just staring at them.

Edgar Alvarez Barajas / Input

SMOOTH LIKE BUTTER

Edgar Alvarez Barajas / Input