Following much teasing and a peek at its unique inside-out packaging, the Off-White™ x Air Jordan 1 finally gets a release date. Virgil Abloh‘s highly-sought after kicks are dropping on September 1. The special edition “colorway” has been gifted to a host of celebrities and creatives such as A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, Ibn Jasper and Don C, who received personalized hand-drawn details on the midsoles by Abloh himself. The iconic silhouette boasts a classic “Chicago” color scheme of black, red and white, and is remixed with deconstructed accents, graphic overlays, an oversized Swoosh, blue and orange stitching, Off-White™ branding throughout, and various words in double quotation marks.
While there’s no word on the official retail price, sources have reported an estimated $350 USD price tag. Stay tuned for more information and let us know if you’ll be copping in the comments below.
In the meantime, have an on-feet look at the highly-anticipated shoes.
With no price point yet announced, both the “Rip City” and the “Un-dyed” colorways of the adidas Dame 4 will be available on October 6 at select adidas retailers. Let us know in the comments which colorway you like best.
The Nike Air VaporMax has made huge waves since its debut last year, with the silhouette utilized in collaboration with the likes of OFF-WHITE, CLOT and COMME des GARÇONS. As teased by Instagram user ggg10278585, this iteration of the VaporMax appears to have a perforated, hard-shelled counter on the heel — which sits below a slightly scaled down swoosh and thicker laces than that of previous releases. But what makes this new colorway unique is the use of two colors in the upper. While the speckled knit of the VaporMax is typically monochromatic, this new release resembles two-tone patterns typically seen in Flyknit Racers. As this is just an early leak, there is not much more information on the sneaker, so stay tuned for more details to come.
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After coming in a slew of summer hues, as well as a NEIGHBORHOOD collaboration, the adidas Originals Iniki Runner BOOST gets a shiny new “Goldenrod” colorway. The latest version of the retro runner boasts a nylon mesh and suede upper in rich yellow, which is contrasted with hits of black at the Three Stripes and heel tab. A full-length BOOST midsole adds the modern technology for premium comfort and support, while a black outsole ties together the old-school colorway.
The adidas Originals Iniki BOOST Runner “Goldenrod” is expected to drop later this summer for a retail price of $120 USD. Let us know your thoughts below.
For another gold-hued and retro model, check out the Nike SB Dunk Low “Circuit Orange.”