After teasing a number of new footwear styles ahead of Off-White™”s SS20 Paris Fashion Week show, Virgil Abloh has given us a closer look at what he is calling the “Chlorine” boot.

The shoe, which features a mid- to high-top, mixed-material construction was debuted during his label’s women’s show in Paris last week, though the style is androgynous enough to work as a gender-neutral style. Abloh gave us a closer look at two colorways from multiple angles. Check them both out above.

The Off-White™ Chlorine boot has a mesh bootie that also features laces, both of which are surrounded by a mesh outer layer, which again features laces. Suede paneling runs across the sneaker’s toe box and heel, as does leather Off-White™ arrow branding. The bulky silhouette is finished off by a thick, bulbous rubber sole.

As this style debuted on Off-White™’s SS20 Paris Fashion Week show, expect the Chlorine to arrive at some point next year.

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