Original Story (02/05/20): Today, Nike took part in the New York Fashion Week festivities with their Future Sport Forum. The event acted as a showcase for the brand’s athletic gear ahead of this summer’s Olympic Games, as well as a preview for upcoming 2020 footwear releases.
One of the sneakers revealed was a brand new model made in collaboration with Virgil Abloh’s Off-White label.
Though the official name of the silhouette is yet to be revealed, the sneaker features an upper similar to the Nike P-6000. Underneath the upper is a midsole similar to that of a Nike Dunk, except with an added exposed Air bubble on the heel. This pair comes in a black/green colorway with Off-White’s signature zip-tie, branded laces, and orange tag on the Swoosh completing the design.
This new Nike x Off-White sneaker is expected to release later this year. Grab a first look below and stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for further info.
Off-White x Nike Air Rubber Dunk
Color: Black/White-Green Strike (1)
Color: White/University Blue/White (2)
Color: University Gold/University Gold/Black (3)
Style Code: CU6015-001 (1)
Release Date: Spring 2020
Price: $180 USD
Update (04/01/30): Although all three upcoming colorways of the Off-White x Nike Air Rubber Dunk have surfaced, a variation of the “Green Strike” has surfaced. This version features a green Swoosh instead of the black one seen in the initial reveal. Check it out below, courtesy of solebyjc.
Update (03/30/30): A third colorway of the Off-White x Nike Air Rubber Dunk has surfaced, this time dressed in University Gold and Black. Also check out another photo of the White/University Blue colorway below.
Update (03/17/20): Following the unveiling of the “Green Strike” colorway, some first look photos of the University Blue Off-White x Nike Air Rubber Dunk have surfaced. Check them out below.
Update (02/06/20): Virgil Abloh has confirmed that this new silhouette is the Air Rubber Dunk. Expect a “White/University Blue/White” and a “University Gold/University Gold/Black” colorway to release this summer as well.