With the latest in the ongoing OFF-WHITE x Nike partnership soon to release, it's time to make space for some scarily dope additions to your rotation. The Halloween-inspired Blazer "Grim Reaper" is one of a two-part "Spooky Pack", and with limited information from either collaborator to have surfaced on an official drop date yet, the very first pairs of the all-black shoe have arrived at StockX.

Confirmed by Virgil Abloh in mid-August alongside the "Hallows Eve" orange colorway, the "Grim Reaper" was already teased by LeBron James, featuring mixed-material uppers and an oversized, displaced rubber Swoosh. Standard OFF-WHITE branding can be found on the medial sides of the shoe, while a powder blue zip tie replaces the original OFF-WHITE x Nike Blazer's red one.

With limited information about the release date from either collaborator, those of you already making space for the new Blazer in your rotation can cut out the uncertainty at StockX now. A go-to insurance point for retail "L"s, the live 'bid/ask' marketplace is currently offering the very first editions of the new footwear already, so you can avoid the blow of missing out when the limited run finally hits stores.

Note that, as is the nature of resale sites, prices are likely to be higher than the anticipated retail value, but as any collector will know — with dope kicks come inevitable hiked price points.

Check out the latest OFF-WHITE x Nike Blazer "Grim Reaper" in closer detail below, and click through to be one of the first to rock.

Blazer Grim Reaper


Nike x Off-White

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