Virgil Abloh will once again add his Off-White aesthetic to a running shoe. Working on the Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next%, Off-White will be adding three new takes to the running silhouette this upcoming Fall season.

According to Py_Rates, Virgil has more up his sleeve for 2020. While lately we have seen Off-White retro Jordans release and also surface, many wondered if 2019’s running aesthetic was over or if it would continue. Well, it looks like we finally got our answer and it appears Virgil will be combining 2018’s retro Jordan’s and 209’s running silhouettes all into one year.

Three colorways are expected to be releasing which call for, “Black/White-Scream Green,” “Racer Blue/Black-Pink Glow-White,” and “White/Black-Solar Red.” As of now, no leaked images have surfaced but expect each show to arrive with the original Nike Air Tempo Next% build in a vibrant and new colorway featuring Off-White branding and the coveted zip-tie.

OFF-WHITE X NIKE AIR ZOOM TEMPO NEXT% RELEASE INFORMATION

The Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next% is expected to drop this July 2020 at select retailers and Nike.com and will carry an individual price tag of $260. Check out the mock-up images below thanks to PY-Rates and keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.

Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT%
Color: Black/White-Scream Green
Style Code: CV0697-001
Release Date: July 23, 2021
Price: $260

Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT%
Color: Racer Blue/Black-Pink Glow-White
Style Code: CV0697-400
Release Date: July 23, 2021
Price: $260

Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT%
Color: White/Black-Solar Red
Style Code: CV0697-100
Release Date: July 23, 2021
Price: $260

UPDATE 7/14: Official images are here for the Off-White x Nike collection. They are now all three set to drop on July 23rd, 2021. Keep it locked. for release details.

UPDATE 7/13: More images are here via brandonlan of the Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next% which is expected to release very soon. The collection was originally set to drop last year for the Tokyo Olympics so a drop may be going down soon in the coming weeks during the games. Stay tuned for updates.

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