The OFF-WHITE Shoes Keeping The Sneaker Culture Alive

The OFF-WHITE Shoes Keeping The Sneaker Culture Alive

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Jun. 5 2019, Published 3:47 p.m. ET

OFF-WHITE, known for its renown streetwear is continuing to indulge consumers as more jaw dropping kicks are being released. Sneaker fans have been in tune with what’s to come and started forming lines waiting to cop their pair.

The latest release from designer Virgil Abloh is a running sneaker that has dropped in two standout colorways. One which is a yellow and black scheme and the other Black and white. The black and white pair feature a lime green tab on the tongue as the yellow and black keep its simple with a black tab. The running sneaker is a nostalgic sneaker from the 1970’s which is hosted by its pointed shape and studded rubber sole. The upper half of the sneaker is made of nylon, suede and leather that features OFF-WHITES symbol of the large X. Both pairs can be picked up from select retailers such as Browns, retailing for $690.

Following the running sneaker, Virgil Abloh unveiled its latest pair of ODSY-1000 Sneakers. The shoes features a dynamic of textures including a mixture of mesh, embroidery, netting, rubber and suede. The back of the shoe contains a heel cage and above it lies a woven pull tab made from the brands yellow caution tape. The OFF-WHITE ODSY-1000 sneaker will be available in two mens colorways; Baby blue/Black and Blue/Red. The women’s color way comes in Fuchsia/Orange. The shoes are up for pre order on OFF-WHITE’S website retailing for $812.

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