Nike X Off White Are Back For A New Collab

Another 7 pairs of sneakers to be excited for.


A collaboration between Nike and Off-White is probably something we’re fairly used to by now, but that doesn’t mean a new release won’t get us just as excited. Luckily Virgil Abloh has announced just that, which sees the pair team up to release seven new sneaker designs.

The sneakers were first teased by Abloh on his Public Domain website which depicted the sneakers as highly pixelated images, entitled “actually pending”. Alongside this, the website enabled customers to explore the history of Off-White X Nike and even preview unreleased designs. 

Although the final designs are still mostly comprising of speculations, we do have a slight idea of what some of these sneakers may look like, so here is a full breakdown with as much as we know:

First up is the “Canary Yellow” Off-White X Nike Air Jordan 1’s, which have long been speculated after a few friends of Virgil Abloh have been spotted wearing them. These sneakers were spotted 2 years ago but this never materialized into a releasee, so perhaps now is the time?

Next up is Off-White X Futura X Nike Dunk Low, featuring a blue and white colorway, as well as an orange and blue design. Once again, these sneakers were spotted at Paris Fashion Week back in 2019 but were reserved only for family and friends, however it seems the pair alongside graffiti artist Futura, have chained their minds. 

Also featuring two colorways is the Off-White X Nike Air Force 1 “ICA Boston”. These designs are only speculative, but the sneakers appear to both feature a University Gold upper. The former features a matching midsole with a silver swoosh detail and red zip-tie, the latter opts for a contrasting black midsole, but other details remain the same.

Lastly is the Off-White x Nike Flare 2 PE which features two colorways. The sneakers, once only reserved for none other than Serena Williams, now appear to be ready for a wider release.

Check out the Public Domain website and stay tuned for more updates.