Virgil Abloh x Nike Air VaporMax in White Gets Potential Release Date

Alongside unofficial “official” images.

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The black version of the Virgil Abloh x Nike Air VaporMax have come and gone. If you’ve missed out, the resell market is selling them for up and around $400 USD to $900 USD depending on size. However, if you’re more keen on owning the white iterations, it looks like a potential release date and price tag has been set for them.

According to sneaker leaker account, py_rates, the new white Abloh x Nike VaporMax is set for an April 14th release date at the price tag of $250 USD. Now, we’ve already seen other images of the kicks from various sources — we even have our own close look here at HB — but it looks like py_rates has leaked the actual “official” imagery from the Swoosh as well. Take a closer look at the shots below and if you’re looking for an earthy alternate, check out the VaporMax Moc 2 in olive.

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