Off-White

Off-White

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The whole much talked about collaboration between Nike and Virgil Abloh, the founder of the Italian and renowned brand Off-White, started back in 2017 where the collaboration initially consisted of "The 10" series. This series was Virgil Abloh's very own quirky reconstruction of various Nike models, including the Nike Air Force 1, Nike Vapormax, Nike Air Max 90, and Nike Dunk and not least the Nike Jordan 1 High, which together blew the world away and created a hype never seen before. The collaboration between Nike and Off White has since led to several takes on the classic models, which is reflected on the Nike Air Force 1 X Off White "University Gold Metallic Silver", a yellowish take on the Nike Air Force 1 model with a silver reflective swoosh. In addition, the latest from the collaboration has resulted in 50 different version "lots" of the iconic Nike Dunk model, with designer Virgil Abloh opting to change only a few details on all lots in the 2-49 range, retaining the toned-down greyish colour. The details include a unique heel tag that all models have on the sole, identifying which "lot" the sneaker belongs to - this includes the Nike Dunk Low X Off White "Lot 34 Of 50" with its orange heel tag and matching laces as well, as the Nike Dunk Low X Off White "Lot 36 Of 50" with green details. Lot 1 and 50 are the only two lots that really stand out from the crowd. The unique take is particularly seen on the Nike Dunk Low X Off White "Lot 1 Of 50" model where the color combination consists of a dominant white finish with gum soles and a silver reflective swoosh, all in all making this model extremely unique.

Overall, the details in the form of "AIR" placement on the side of the sole, "SHOELACES" writing on the laces and a matching zip tie have been an overall staple of the unique details on each and every model. Thus, sneakerheads have had an easy time spotting a common sneaker passionate friend when moving around outside the home. The very essence of being able to bump into an individual with the same insatiable fondness for limited edition sneakers is a great starting point to start a good dialogue and expand your network. That's why our customers are always welcome for a no-obligation chat in the store, a professional assessment of a specific limited sneaker or something else entirely.

The price level of the Nike x Off White collaboration has directly run out of control as the collaboration has started to belong to a prehistoric time. However, there are still models that do not belong to the original "The 10" series, produced as late as 2020, among which the Nike Rubber Dunk X Off White "UNC" can be mentioned. This model is relatively affordable and includes some tremendously cool features. Many sneaker enthusiasts have been locked on to the fact that the collaboration is no longer current, but this is actually not the case and already in the summer of 2021, a host of new variants will be released - so fear not, there should be good opportunity to be able to own a piece of Nike x Off White at a promising price.