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OFF-WHITE X NIKE AIR FORCE 1 LAUNCHES IN VOLT & BLACK
November 27, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
OFF-WHITE x Nike This wave of joint names excites everyone. The shoes continue the design style of the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 joint design. The overall color is mainly white, and the slogans of major brands are also printed on the inside of the shoes. , to increase the exclusive characteristics of brand joint names. The eye-catching “AIR” in the bottom white crystal is inspired by the classic inheritance of the Nike air force 1 shoe. The co-branded designer, Virgil Abloh, has established a partnership since he first visited NIKE headquarters in October of October. Adolescent Virgil Abloh sketched a sketch of his shoes with his friends and sent it to Nike. “We fell in love with Air Jordan,” said Virgil Abloh, 36, who is based in Milan and Chicago. “Michael Jordan is a legend. In my heart he is Superman. My entire design background and spirit are from the 90s. ”Off-White designer Virgil Abloh is going crazy with his Nike collaboration. The original release of “The Ten” stuck to a plain all-white colorway, with a splash of color for the Jordan 1. Since then, Off-White and Nike have expanded their collaboration massively, roping in new silhouettes and more audacious color schemes. The latest pack of new colorways has been teased for some time now, leaking much earlier in the year. However, it wasn’t until this week that a release date was finally revealed. Using the Air Force 1 Low as their canvas, Virgil and Nike have decked out the shoe entirely in both black and their signature volt tone, with quick hits of white or black on the Swoosh and “AIR” motifs.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 is coming. First leaked by Kanye himself when he first jumped back onto Twitter earlier this year, the updated silhouette will first arrive in a subtle new colorway. Currently referred to as the “Static” look, this colorway covers the latest adidas Yeezy Boost in shades of white and pale grey, making this a perfect Spring or Summer model.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 retains much of the same profile as the last year’s original iteration. The new version uses the same outsole as before and reworks the entire upper for a more layered look. According to YeezyMafia, the 700 V2 will be made primarily from suede and nubuck, meaning a significant jump in quality from 2017’s original look. The toe box on the new model is slightly more jagged, and the sides feature long strips for support just above the sole, similar to the adidas Yeezy 500. The lacing system is similar to the original, though the central eyelets are instead loopholes. Three new stripes have been added to the quarter panel, in a material that was recently confirmed to be a fully reflective 3M. Finally, the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 is completed by several suede layers on the heel to provide a more stable, cupped feel, as opposed to the single piece on the original model.