Detailed Shots of the Off-White™ x Nike Air Force 1 Mid in White

The iconic streetwear and luxury designer gives the classic model a serious makeover.

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Even after creating a whopping 50 Dunk colorways with Nike, Virgil Abloh has plenty of footwear collaborations in his cannon that he plans on unloading in the coming months and in 2022. Up next for the talented designer are Off-White™ x Nike Air Force 1 Mid makeups, and its white colorway has just surfaced again by way of detailed imagery.

The Air Force 1 Mid is often seen as a clean and classic silhouette that’s build with smooth leather uppers and crisp bottoms, but given that this is another team-up helmed by Abloh, he completely revamps the shoe with unique features. Base layers are predominantly done up in white and come forged with an angelic synthetic material that features tonal all-over streaks. Thicker white stitchings assist in shaping out the shoe’s various paneling such as the toe boxes and quarters and the straps usher in some contrast thanks to their gray and black grid patterns. The usual Off-White™ branding arrives on the medial side, while a pop of orange shows face on the lateral. Two sets of laces emerge on the kicks, the first of which sits on the throat and is dialed to a clean white while the second set loops through the medial and lateral walls.

Other elements include that of the added heel cup, curvy Air bubble windows and the treading which has been remixed with blue, green and pink track spikes in the forefoot.

Peep a closer look here and expect these to likely release in 2022.

 

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