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As we’re patiently waiting for the upcoming all-white Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Jordan 1 to drop, we thought we’d remind you that last year’s “The Ten” collection is still available to be bought – albeit at inflated resale prices – at various retailers online.

The Virgil Abloh-designed collection was the most hyped collaboration to drop of that scale ever, with resale for most of the silhouettes rising exponentially. The fact that Abloh and Nike decided to collaborate on no less than ten different silhouettes meant that there was something for every type of sneakerhead.

Whether that was the basketball performance React HyperDunk or the old-school classic Air Max 90, “The Ten” was a collaboration that got everyone excited.

If you missed out, which a lot of people did due to the limited nature of the release, scroll through each of the silhouettes below and let us know in the comments if you scoop any for resale.

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Jordan 1

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Max 97

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Presto

Virgil Abloh x Nike Blazer Mid

Virgil Abloh x Nike Zoom Fly SP

Virgil Abloh x Nike React HyperDunk

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Max 90

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air VaporMax

And if you missed out on Virgil Abloh’s other recent Nike collaborations, look no further than here.

Virgil Abloh x Nike Air Force 1 Low AF100

Virgil Abloh x MoMA x Nike Air Force 1 Low

For more sneaker shopping inspiration, check out our favorite versatile sneaker silhouettes here.

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