Lounge Around the Crib in the Nike Offline "Midnight Navy/Racer Blue"

Another comfy mule to toss into your at-home wardrobe.

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Most folks across the globe are being urged to spend most of their time indoors due to unstable COIVD-19 uprise in cases, so many have resorted to cozy clothing and footwear to feel most comfortable during their at-home working/school days. In response to that, Nike used its wits to create a silhouette designed for these exact moments with the Offline mule, and it has just dropped in a new “Midnight Navy/Racer Blue” colorway.

Noticeably more adventurous in style compared to the model’s recently released all-black colorway, the upper of this installment pronounces a “Midnight Navy” hue across its soft and synthetic upper, as well as on its tongue which sees through to hairy suede textures. The padded shroud that overlaps the bridge of the foot balances out with a “Racer Blue” tint, and comes topped off with a dark navy banner down the middle. Branded hits are perceptible via tonal Swooshes embedded onto the toe boxes while the Nike N. 354 hit on the tongues is given a baby blue skin.

Elsewhere on these wfh-inspired kicks, you’ll find the plush foam inserts split between pink and bright green hues to almost channel a Wanda and Cosmo effect. Towards the bottom, the semi-chunky soles round its look off with a full navy outer.

Peep an in-depth view of the pair here above, and note that retailers like Concepts have them available now for $120 USD.

In case you wanted more sneaker news, more photos of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Club 58” have popped up.

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