Off-White™ has released its low-cut 5.0 sneaker in a classic black, white and tan makeup. Thanks to its easy-to-wear colorway and a shape somewhat reminiscent of adidas‘ SC Premiere, the model makes for an optimal “daily driver” for fans of the Virgil Abloh-helmed house, and is a noted departure from Off-White™’s more boisterous styles like the Off-Court 3.0.
The upper’s base is made of a tightly woven white textile, which is overlaid by black and white leather pieces on the heel plus tan suede eyestays and mudguards. Its most interesting piece, however, is the surplus white leather eyestay that droops down over the lateral quarter, providing asymmetrical texture and a new interpretation of the cobbled-together ethos that propelled Off-White™’s Nike and Jordan Brand collaborations to popularity. The brand’s face-and-hands logo is spread across tongues and insoles, and also appears on the fittingly-colored off-white midsole where it’s debossed into the heel. A marbled black and white zip tie rounds off the look.
Interested parties can purchase the Off-White™ 5.0 sneaker in black, white and tan at retailers like HBX. Its MSRP is set at $433 USD.
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