Another pair of Off-White Air Force 1 Lows are set to drop and best believe they’ll be just as impossible to get as its predecessors.
Virgil Abloh may no longer be with us (Rest In Power, King) but his vision and creations continue to be a part of our fashion lives and Nike will be releasing another Off-White x Air Force 1 that may or may not be must-have amongst sneaker enthusiasts.
Virgil Abloh’s posthumous legacy is already surging. His Off-White™ x Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” has almost doubled in price just a day after his passing.
While we're sure hypebeasts will no doubt have their sneakerbots ready to pounce on release day, everyday sneakerheads might not have a problem taking an "L" or even (gasp!) pass on these like your favorite point guard
It was surprising enough that someone out there was a fan of the Air Jordan 2's to begin with, but even more shocking was that Virgil actually took the time to respond to the criticismIt was surprising enough that someone out there was a fan of the Air Jordan 2's to begin with, but even more shocking was that Virgil actually took the time to respond to the criticism
Did you receive the "Got Em" notification for Air Jordan 5 x Off-White "Sail"? More than likely not, and you're not alone.
On July 25th the highly anticipated Off-White Air Jordan IV "Sail"'s will be releasing via draw on the Nike SNKRS app and other participating retailers, but Stadium Goods has already got you covered if you have a King Kong grip to spare.
As the culture continues to relish in the past thanks to The Last Dance it is clear MJ’s influence is undeniable. One fashion giant is putting heavy respect on His Airness.
While he entered the game as a strict connoisseur of fine Ralph Lauren threading Smoke DZA has emerged as one of the drippiest New York MC’s. He discussed his passion for fashion in a new interview.
Whenever Jordan or Nike releases a Virgil Abloh OFF-WHITE remixed sneaker silhouette, hypebeasts go bananas and get prepared to cut all kinds of throats in order to obtain a pair or two. Prepare for a Purge kind of frenzy come this summer.
This past All-Star weekend was a doozy for sneakerheads. Between the Chicago only releases of the Air Jordan “Air Ship” pack and Off-White Jordan V‘s, hypebeasts and collectors were left fuming and frustrated (don’t get us started on those armored trucks giving out free pairs of the adidas Yeezy Quantum basketball kicks).
Virgil Abloh’s continues his dominance in the fashion game by only providing the luxury menswear vibes at Louis Vuitton but with his Off-White™ brand. He discusses his upcoming Jordan collaboration in a recent interview.