The Nike Air Jordan 4 X Off-White Can Be Yours Next Week

15 July 2020
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The hotly anticipated Air Jordan Off White trainers will be yours to buy on 25 July

In late February Virgil Abloh presented Off-White's Autumn/Winter 2020 womenswear collection during Paris Fashion Week, a catwalk show that saw original supermodel Yolanda Hadid walk with the supers of today Bella and Gigi.

But while for many the trio (who were clad in Abloh's larger-than-life chiffon creations and Frank Ocean-approved Arcteryx collaboration) were the talking point of the show, for us it was what the other models strutting down the catwalk had on their feet. Surprisingly, among a sea of strappy heels and cowboy-print knee-high boots, floated an Air Jordan hook-up.

The trainers in question were first previewed at his Museum Of Contemporary Art Chicago Figures Of Speech show in 2019, although they were assumed to be a sample that would never see the light of day again.

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Nevertheless, they're now a confirmed Nike and Off-White collab. Since 2017's game-changing “The Ten”, Abloh has been designing limited edition pairs of Nikes (a pair of Dunks is in the works) and the Oregon-based brand has now confirmed his take on the Air Jordan 4 will drop on 25 July.

The Nike x Off-White Air Jordan “Sail” could easily have been designed by the super-chic neutral apparel aficionado Jil Sander, thanks to its translucent features, creamy suede upper and honeycomb-hued lower. Alongside the signature Off-White label, the Air Jordan 4 comes with the Jumpman Air tag, a first for an Abloh-Nike collaboration. Aside from its never-before-seen colour combo, the Louis Vuitton artistic director has strayed very little from the original Tinker Hatfield Jordan 4 design, which was first released in 1989.

Catwalk-appropriate kicks and arguably Abloh's chicest trainer design to date: you have just under two weeks to wait until you can slip your feet into the latest Air Jordan x Off Whites.


Via British GQ