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We've finally got an up-close look at Off-White™'s upcoming Nike collaboration: the Rubber Dunk.

Virgil Abloh first showed the sneaker at New York Fashion Week, but didn't disclose the model’s name and release date. Earlier this week, however, the designer finally officially unveiled the upcoming shoe at Nike's 2020 Forum and took to Instagram to announce that it's an entirely new silhouette called the Rubber Dunk.

Now leak account Hanzuying, has shared a detailed look at the upcoming "Green Strike" Off-White x Nike Air Rubber Dunk. The sneaker seems to reimagine the P-6000 and combines it with the midsole of the Dunk Low, with a few subtle tweaks. The upper is done up in black with neon green accents, crafted from a combination of leather, mesh, and nubuck. The heel features an Air unit, while Virgil completes the look with Off-White™ signature branding on the laces.

An official release date has yet to be announced, but keep it here for more details.

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