It’s fitting that Virgil Abloh frequently substantiated his products with the phrase “ Virgil Was Here,” because indeed after transitioning from this phase of life, his artistic impact continues to be felt. That includes the impact made by his products, namely this largely coveted sneaker collaboration with Nike. In the months and times ahead, anticipate seeing numerous systems he worked on previous to passing face, similar to this preliminarily unseen colorway of the Off-White x Air Force 1 participated by his friend Tremaine Emory.
Like its MoMA, ComplexCon, MCA, and ICA forerunners, this vibrant green interpretation is stressed by raw-stitched metallic tableware Whistles on the sides. Familiar Off-White markings appear along with the midsole and medium sides, and the shoes appear to come with a redundant set of black laces.
As of now, there’s no suggestion that a release of this colorway is imminent. Off-White x Blazer Lows and Air Force 1 Mids were planned for retail previous to Virgil’s death, but no updates have been blazoned regarding unborn Off-White x Nike releases.
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