Following closely behind the release of the Blazer Low two-piece pack, the next posthumous release from Virgil Abloh's extensive Off-White x Nike collection arrives courtesy of the Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% – for the athlete within us all.

It's extremely difficult to believe that it's been almost half a year since the fashion industry, the culture, and the world lost such a monumental figure. Although Virgil's presence can never truly be lost, as his influence is ingrained in all facets of the fashion and sneaker industry, every week that passes without his Midas-touched products feels hollow.

Just last week we were given the pleasure of receiving some new product in the form of the Off-White x Nike Blazer Low. It's always fun to get hands on new sneakers, but the release served as a welcome reminder of just how many more Virgil Nikes exist out there.

Seemingly, there are plenty more posthumous releases planned from The Ten-turned-The 50 (let's be honest, there's far, far more) as a three-piece selection of Air Zoom Tempo NEXT%s has landed online.

For the track star that lives within us all (maybe), and for the real athletes out there, an Off-White x Nike drop doesn't get much better than this.

The sneaker – heralded as one of the Swoosh's most innovative running silhouettes – is fueled by insights from the brand's roster of leading athletes. Built on the learnings of past innovations, the shoe features Nike ZoomX foam in the footbed and a visible Zoom Air unit at the forefoot.

Of course, Abloh's signature Off-White aesthetic plays across all three colorways, including slogan-print laces, oversized Swoosh branding, and hangtags.

You'll need to move like Usain Bolt if you're going to snag yourself a pair, as all three iterations are available online now.

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