Top Items To Lookout For From The Nike Off White Collection

With the first drop of the Nike Off White collection dropping, take a look at the best items people are dying to get their hands on.

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After over five decades, Nike is still one of the leaders in sportswear. The company also established itself as a trendsetter in lifestyle fashion. Apart from introducing innovative shoe technologies, it uses strategies that excite everyone.

The Nike Off White collaboration, for one, is one of today’s favorites. In 2017, Nike partnered with designer Virgil Abloh. Abloh gave some of the brand’s most iconic shoe silhouettes a touch of his Off-White magic.

The collaboration made people want more. In turn, prices of the Nike Off-White sneakers skyrocketed in terms of aftermarket value.

Silhouettes like the Air Jordan 1 easily broke the $2,000 mark in resale value.

With a new batch of sneakers slated to arrive soon, which models should you look out for? Continue reading below as we list some that are dropping soon.

What to Cop from the Nike Off White Collection

With the Nike Off White collection turning into a hot commodity, you can expect the demand to increase. With it, the soaring resale prices. But beyond the reselling potential, the designs provide an eccentric take on sneakers.

It also presents a way to reconnect with the youth. This is crucial considering the younger age range of customers of high fashion items. Let’s take a look at some of the upcoming sneakers from the Nike Off-White collection, in no particular order.

1. Vapor Street in Black/Fuchsia

The Off-White x Nike Vapor Street in Black/Fuchsia is one of three colorways of the model set for release. The other two being the Yellow/Black and Blue/Yellow colorways.

The Black/Fuchsia model features a black upper with a translucent plastic shell. The shell wraps around the upper while a huge white Nike Swoosh covers the lateral mid-foot.

Meanwhile, the inner medial portion makes room for the Off-White stencil branding.

Additionally, the shoes feature two lacing systems. The first coming in zig-zag fashion from the toes to the tongue. The second is a more conventional style with white laces.

Hints of fuchsia on the lace holes and rubber toes add character to the sneaker. Expect the pack to release on October 3, 2019.

2. Dunk Low “University Red”

Next on the list is the Off-White x Nike Dunk Low in University Red colors. Nike and Off-White have yet to release official photos. However, a “first look” image of the shoes is already making the rounds online.

This is the second colorway of the Dunk Low to receive Off-White treatment. The other two being “Pine Green” and “Midnight Navy.” 

The sneakers feature a white upper with University Red overlays. It also comes with a dual lacing system, with laces coming in red. As for the Off-White branding, you can see it in the medial midsole.

Additionally, it comes with a red outsole that gives its solid look. Expect this to arrive sometime in the Fall.

3. Vapor Street Street Yellow

This is another take of the Vapor Street. This time, it sports a Street Yellow colorway. Yellow dominates the upper that also comes with the same translucent shell present in the Black/Fuchsia iteration.

The tongue, on the other hand, sports a baby blue color. The same goes for the sock liner. A black Swoosh covers the outer midsole.

A silver Swoosh occupies the medial portion.

It also comes with a dual lacing system. The conventional laces come in black, while the new style laces come in orange.

4. Dunk Low “Pine Green”

The “Pine Green” version of the Dunk Low offers a bold approach by covering a white upper canvas with green overlays. Much like the “University Red” version, the shoes feature an Off-White branding on the inner midsole portion.

Additionally, it comes with a dual lacing system that resonates Virgil’s take on fashion. The shoe drops in October this year.

5. Air Force 1 “MoMA”

The shoe’s nickname “MoMA” stands for the Museum of Modern Art. This is Nike and Off-White’s dominant black offering that complements the “MCA” Air Force 1. The MCA is the shoes’ University Blue iteration.

It gives a nod to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

The Air Force 1 “MoMA features a black leather upper with a silver Swoosh on the mid-foot. The midsole carries the “Air” Off-White branding.

As for the laces, they come in the zip-tie form. Unfortunately, there is little concrete information regarding the pair’s release. Experts, however, predict that a drop is right around the corner. 

6. Air Max 90 Golf  Shoe

American pro golfer Brooks Koepka recently sported a pair of Nike Off-White Air Max 90 with cleats. The shoes feature a dominant black upper with stitched Off-White and Nike Swoosh branding on the medial side.

There is also a small orange tab right above the Swoosh. Reports say that Abloh sent a pair to Koepka. Though there is no news yet on the release date, expect it to drop within the year.

7. Waffle Racer Pack 

Last but not least, there is the black and pink version of the Waffle Racer. It comes with a black upper with translucent overlays. Underneath the overlay, you can see a white Nike Swoosh and Off-White orange color blocking.

It also comes with two lacing systems: a conventional and an unconventional type. Completing the look is a pink rubber midsole that runs to the outsole. Also, the outsole sports some spikes that are similar to those of the Off-White x Nike Terra Kiger 5.

The Waffle Racer Pack also comes in two other colorways. The pack is a women’s exclusive and comes out September 5th, 2019.

Get Those Heat Pairs from the Right Sources

With the hype of the Nike Off White collection, there is no room for complacency. But with many different online stores, you need to pay extra attention to where you get your pairs.

We invite you to check our extensive selection of heat pairs. Apart from the Off-White Nike collection, we also carry other brands like Air Jordans, Adidas, and Supreme. 

Get in touch with us and pre-order today!

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