Many people assumed the Off-White Air Force 1 in green would debut during its scheduled showing of Virgil Abloh’s “Figures Of Speech” exhibition, which is now on display at the Brooklyn Museum. The newest hue of the legendary Off-White Air Force 1 series has sneaker aficionados on the edge of their seats, whether it be through an online lottery or an in-person method. Although they have no knowledge of a real drop at the art institution, museum staff members have been seen wearing the shoes.
Now that official photos of the sneakers have surfaced, it seems that a release may be approaching quickly. Brian Windhorst begins to tip his fingers upward in anticipation of a release from Nike. We may now gaze at official brand photographs of the colorful shoe even though no information about its launch has been made public. Given the outrageous designs that have lately been launched under the Off-White x Nike banner, this Air Force 1 by Virgil Abloh’s Off-White delivers a breath of familiarity with its traditional leather structure, exposed sponge inside, and crinkled silver Swoosh emblem with black stitching.