The Off-White x Nike “THE TEN” collection was arguably the best sneaker collaboration to drop last year, and it doesn’t look like the hype is dying down anytime soon. With the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 ‘Powder Blue’ just on the horizon, we now have potential release dates for the next SEVENTEEN Off-White x Nike sneakers dropping from now going all the way until December 11th.
Ranging from the Zoom Fly Mercurial collection designed in celebration of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, to three brand new colourways of the ever-so-popular Air Max 97, sneakerheads will be spoilt for choice! Check out the sneakers and let us know which pair you’ll be copping down in the comments section below!
Last year’s ‘Chicago’ completely changed the sneaker game. Crowned by the Footwear News Achievement Awards as the ‘Shoe Of The Year’, the collaborative crep quickly became the holy grail for many sneakerheads, and now, the Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 ‘Powder Blue’ is about to do the same thing. Dropping on June 9th, get ready for a serious summer shoe upgrade.
Paying homage to this year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia, the Off-White x Nike Zoom Fly Mercurial Flyknit ‘Total Orange’ is dropping as part of the power duo’s ‘Football, Mon Amour’ collection. Painted in a bold orange shade, the runner sits atop a React foam sole unit for additional comfort and a smoother stride. Landing on June 9th, these will surely get you noticed this season.
Releasing alongside the ‘Total Orange’, the Off-White x Nike Zoom Fly Mercurial Flyknit ‘Black’ also comes as part of the power duo’s ‘Football, Mon Amour’ collection. Dipped in a beautifully black shade, signature motifs arrive by way of a white Swoosh, signature Off-White branding at the medial upper, as well as “FOAM” printed on the lateral heel of the sole unit. Mark your calendar for June 16th if you’re planning to cop.
One of the most hotly anticipated sneakers of “THE SEVENTEEN”, the Off-White x Nike Air Presto ‘Black’ oozes with ‘Triple Black’ goodness. Featuring all the same elements of last year’s ‘Core Black’, from the red zip tie to the bold Helvetica font on the heel and the small orange tab under the delicately stitched Swoosh, this sneak will give your shoe collection the upgrade it deserves. Hitting shelves on June 21st, get your wallets ready.
A completely different take on last year’s ‘Core Black’, the Off-White x Nike Air Presto ‘White’ totally inverts the ‘Black’, creating a sneaker that’s as clean as it gets. The ultimate summer shoe, this sneaker features a cream Nike Swoosh on the lateral side, and an orange tabs which sits underneath for a beautifully contrasted aesthetic. Get that W on June 21st.
Pink sneakers are becoming more and more popular these days. Standing out from the massive crowd of all white and all black sneakers, the colourway is a hit for both girls and guys alike, and on July 12th, Virgil Abloh will be dropping the Off-White x Nike Air Max 97 ‘Elemental Rose’. Painted all over in a pastel palette, a visible Air unit is present down below for additional comfort and a smoother stride.
The most underrated sneaker of last year’s “THE TEN” is getting a total makeover. Painted in a clean tonal colourway, the Off-White x Nike Blazer Studio Mid ‘Canvas’ features yellow leather panels throughout, with a large black Swoosh shooting down the side panels for a unique look. The signature red zip tie remains, and it’s complemented by subtle Nike branding on the tongue. July 12th is the date to remember if you’re thinking of copping these.
An understated take on “THE TEN”‘s most underrated sneaker, the Off-White x Nike Blazer Studio Mid ‘Black’ is as stealthy as it gets. Like the ‘Canvas’, this sneaker utilsies leather panels throughout, while a white Swoosh is present for a pop of contrast. Painted in a murdered out colourway, this sneaker is releasing on September 15th, perfect for those autumn blues.
Just because it’s autumn, it doesn’t mean you can’t wear light coloured sneaks, right? Prepared for release on September 15th, the Off-White x Nike Blazer Studio Mid ‘Wolf Grey’ is an ultra unique take on “THE TEN”‘s most underrated silhouette. Featuring various shades of grey throughout, a bold orange patch and lacing give the shoe a crazy pop of colour. Be sure to keep it locked for further release info.
A completely different take on last year’s ‘White’, the aptly named Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 ‘Black’ is going to take your breath away. Dropping on September 15th, the shoe is constructed of leather, suede, and mesh. Signature Off-White design cues such as the red zip tie and orange patch remain, and an Air bubble can be seen down below for maximum comfort levels.
Virgil Abloh is getting charged up for this drop. Keeping with 2018’s most popular colour, the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Volt’ is as unique as it gets. Hands down the craziest colourway of “THE SEVENTEEN”, a dash of ‘Hyper Jade’ features on the Swoosh, while signature Off-White features such as the now-ubiquitous red zip tie and industrial labelling also make their appearance known. Releasing on October 11th, these will sell out pretty much instantly.
If the ‘Volt’ is a bit too loco for you, then Virgil has got you covered with the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Black’. Featuring the same design as the one seen on the Museum of Modern Art collaboration of last year, this sneaker features a metallic Swoosh logo on the side panels. Prepped for October 11th, these deserve a place in your sneaker collection.
Unlike last year’s translucent colourway, the Off-White x Nike Zoom Fly ‘Black’ is meant to be worn without compromises. Featuring a full opaque Flymesh upper, this sneaker features a full length, carbon infused nylon plate embedded inside the midsole, and Lunarlon cushioning which combines soft and firm foam for a balance of shock absorption, stability, and response, without on sacrificing comfort. Going on sale on October 13th, these will sell like hotcakes.
Following the release of the ‘Elemental Rose’ a few months prior, Virgil is going back to basics with the Off-White x Nike Air Max 97 ‘White’. Painted in a super clean colourway, a ‘Wolf Grey’ Air unit sits below for a bit of subtle contrast. Meanwhile, a unique ‘Menta’ shade hits the Swoosh and “AIR” branding for a pop of much needed colour. November 10th is the date to save if you’re planning to cop.
Of course, they just had to drop the Off-White x Nike Air Max 97 ‘Black’, and we really don’t blame them, as this sneaker is so, so fire. Black, on black, on black, a clean white Swoosh shoots down the side panels, with complementary lacing and “AIR” branding to boot. A full length Air unit sits down below for maximum comfort, and a heel tab can be found around the back for added convenience. Dropping on November 10th, get ready for a serious summer shoe upgrade.
Virgil will be dropping yet another pink sneaker on December 11th with the Off-White x Nike Zoom Fly ‘Pink’. Unlike last year’s translucent number, this sneaker is meant to be worn without any compromises. Flymesh dresses the upper, while a carbon infused midsole and Lunarlon cushioning offer wearers the perfect balance of shock absorption, stability, and response.
Ending the year with a bang, the Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 ‘University Red’ is red hot. Crafted from premium leather, luxury suede, and breathable mesh, the shoe is unlike anything Off-White have dropped in their four year history. An instant sell out, they’re slated to drop sometime in December, so be sure to keep it locked for further release info.