According to Nice Kicks, it was reported that the release of the Off-White™ x Nike Blazer Low was anticipated to drop on December 7 but that date has now been changed to indefinite detention, and there has also been no status update on the Off-White ™ Air Force 1 Mid. This isn’t the first time that this has happened to a Nike shoe. Back in 2020, the footwear mammoth pulled all of its Kobe Bryant products from its online store for six months following the basketball player’s unforeseen death.
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