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Brand: OFF-WHITE x Nike

Model: Air Force 1 “Black”

Key Features: The OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1’s hyperfuse upper returns in all black with exposed stitching and a deconstructed white Swoosh lending to Virgil Abloh’s original “The Ten” theme.

Release Date: TBC

Price: TBC

Buy: TBC

Editor’s Notes: After on-foot shots of the “Volt” version surfaced online last week, images of the rumored upcoming “Black Cone” variant have emerged.

Thanks to @solesbyjc and @soles.for.less, we get our closest look at the OFF-WHITE x Nike sneaker that some are speculating will be the next to drop. Very similar to the original pair that dropped as part of “The Ten” collection in late 2017, this pair features a synthetic material upper with hits of suede and OFF-WHITE x Nike detailing throughout.

The black and white colorway is one of Nike’s most iconic and paired with the legendary Air Force 1 silhouette, this release is sure to be popular with sneakerheads worldwide.

No official announcement has come from either Virgil Abloh or Nike but it is widely expected that two new colorways of the Air Force 1 will release at some point before the year is up. The two new Air Force 1 colorways would join the 2018 versions of the Nike Air Presto, Air Jordan 1, and Air Max 97 to name a few.

What are your thoughts on the black version? Is it better than the volt? Let us know in the comments.

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