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Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid Graffiti “White” and “Black” Release Early 2023

The Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid "Graffiti" surfaces in a White and a Black colorway.


[Update 23 Jun 2023] The Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid Graffiti “White” is now available for purchase via Off-White’s website and retail stores worldwide. Retail price tag is set at $205.

No info on the “Black” pair has been disclosed yet but we will keep you updated here. In the meantime, take a look at the latest campaign and official images of the “White” pair on the article slider above.

[Update 19 Jun 2023] While little details have been disclosed for the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid SP LTHR Graffiti “Black”, it seems like we are finally seeing a release of the “White” pair.

Slated to arrive exclusively via the “SOMETHING & ASSOCIATES” c/o Off-White Tokyo and Off-White Ginza Six stores, the pair is available through a raffle draw from 17–18 June, and winners will be able to collect their pairs on 22–29 June.

In the meantime, stay tuned here for future updates on a potential Nike SNKRS release.

[Update 12 Oct 2022] A release date has yet to be announced but some on-feet photos have surfaced courtesy of @yankeekicks. There aren’t any of the black colorway as they’re merely purported and the image was a mockup.

[Update 18 Aug 2022] A pair of Off-white x Nike Air Force 1 Mid LTHR Graffiti in a new black colorway has surfaced. In this mockup (courtesy of @glitchedgarbage) the full leather shoe features the same design details including the graffiti print splashed across the lateral side. These two colorways are now rumored to be dropping early next year.

LineNike and Off-White continue to remind us of the brilliant mind of Virgil Abloh with more from-the-vault sneakers.

A sample pair of Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid White featuring a full-leather upper and the text “Off-White” in bold graffiti print has leaked, joining the growing list of Off White x Nike sneakers rumored to be dropping in the near future.

Similar to previous iterations, all the signature Abloh touches are present in this pair—the spiky outsole, jagged stitching, exposed midsole air bubble, and the ubiquitous zip-ties. The blue and purple graffiti “Off-White” appears on the lateral sides, while the medial sides feature the text “Off-White for Nike Air Force 1” in Helvetica, reminiscent of a previously-released Pine Green colorway.

This white colorway comes in full leather, and will likely be launched together with another leather pair, the Off White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Black Panda” in the later this year.

Details such as release date and actual images are scanty, but will be updated as soon as it becomes available. Keep your eyes peeled!

In other sneaker-related news, check out this pair of vintage-inspired Air Trainer 1 “Tokyo 2003”.

Images via @wxj6550822