The Off-White™ ODSY-1000 2.0 spiked trainer fuses design cues from running spikes, walking boots and more traditional low-top sneakers. Naturally, the sneaker sports a myriad of Off-White™ branding tropes such as the signature “SHOELACES” quotation, a rear heel tab loop which mimics the brand’s industrial belt, a cross-arrow motif on the lateral sides and an “OFF” logo on the tongue.
The mesh and suede upper sits atop a cleated chunky sole unit which is accented with a number of industrial cues, such as metric system measurements on the heel and a bulky toe cap complete with a debossed arrow. Finishing off the sneaker’s standout sole unit is the ODSY-1000 stamp towards the front of the toe.
Previously released at the brand’s “FLORAL SHOP” pop-up at Paris’ Hôtel Costes in January, the sneakers are set for a wider release at retailers such as MATCHESFASHION.com. You can pre-order your pair for $392 USD now.
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