Could we be about to see a long-anticipated sneaker collaboration between OFF-WHITE x Nike?

Instagram user @brockymarciano has shared an image of what looks to be brand founder Virgil Abloh sporting an OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1. The shoe comes in a black and white colorway, with the minimalist aesthetic broken up by some matter-of-fact OFF-WHITE text on the midsole and tongue.

Rumors of a collaboration between the two brands on an Air Force 1 first emerged last year when a striped iteration of the sneaker surfaced on Twitter. Abloh, however, was quick to distance himself.

But this time around, the images look legit, and would mark another coup for Nike after the heralded NikeLab x VLONE Air Force 1 collaboration. The sneaker celebrates its 35th anniversary next year, and it would seem Nike plans on marking the landmark in style.

Stay posted for more news on the OFF-WHITE x Nike AF1 as it emerges. In the meantime, check out this dope festive update of the famous silhouette.

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