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Virgil Abloh and OFF–WHITE’s “The Ten” collaboration with Nike was 2017’s biggest sneaker collaboration – both in terms of the size of the pack and the level of hype surrounding it all year.

Now it seems that the two brands will be releasing a number of co-branded sneakers in 2018. Europe has already seen an exclusive release of the all-white Air Jordan 1, while the University of North Carolina-inspired AJ1 dropped a few months later in June. The UNC colorway is inspired by the school colors of Michael Jordan’s alma mater.

Several leaker accounts on Instagram, such as @py_rates, have maintained that we’ll be seeing even more Virgil Abloh x Nike kicks later this year. Most sneakers below have not been confirmed by Nike or Virgil Abloh yet, but where there’s smoke, there tends to be fire.

We’ll be keeping this page updated, so be sure to check back whenever there is new information.

OFF–WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 ’07

Possible Release Date: TBA. Originally released at ComplexCon

Price: $150

Editor’s Notes: While originally touted as a ComplexCon exclusive and the most limited of the AF100 pack that released, official images that leaked look like this particular silhouette might be getting a restock online. Good news for all those that missed out the first time around. These are rumored to be dropping very soon, so stay tuned for any updates.

OFF–WHITE x Nike Blazer Studio Mid

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Possible Release Date: July, September 2018

Price: $130

Editor’s Notes: September could bring two new colorways of the Nike Blazer Virgil Abloh reworked last year. This time, the sneaker is done up in a Wolf Grey/Pure Platinum/Black/Cool Grey as well as a black/cone/black/white colorway. In addition, a “Pale Vanilla” iteration is rumored to drop in July, meaning we could be getting three new Abloh-designed Blazers this year.

OFF–WHITE x Nike Air Max 90

Possible Release Date: October 2018

Price: $160

Editor’s Notes: This all-black version, which stands in stark contrast to the original white/off-white colorway released in 2017, is rumored to drop sometime in October 2018. Going by previous releases, it should retail for $160.

OFF–WHITE x Nike Air Force 1

Possible Release Date: October 2018

Price: $170

Editor’s Notes: This particular OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 is one of the more outlandish designs from Virgil Abloh and Nike, boasting a can’t-miss neon green upper, paired with a bright blue Swoosh. It is also one of multiple sneakers from the series expected to arrive in October.

OFF–WHITE x Nike Air Force 1

Possible Release Date: October 2018

Price: $170

Editor’s Notes: If you’re looking for something a bit more subtle, at least in comparison to the neon Forces, you’ll want to think about this particular black Air Force 1 with a silver Swoosh, also reported to launch this October.

OFF–WHITE x Nike Air Max 97 OG

Possible Release Date: November 2018

Price: $190

Editor’s Notes: Another model that is rumored to make an appearance in two colorways, the Air Max 97 could hit shelves sometime in November. Last year’s iteration was all white with black accents and branding, while 2018 sees the reverse – all-black with white accents – as well as a white/menta version.

Which of the rumored pairs are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments.

Next, check out the best Nike sneakers of 2018 (so far) here.

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