First look: Black COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Waffle Racer 2
Find out when and where you can get your hands on the COMME des GARÇONS x Nike black Waffle Racer 2.
COMME des GARÇONS and Nike continue the collaborations with a cool version of the coveted Waffle Racer.
Earlier this year, sneaker-heads got a first unofficial look at the new black Waffle Racer 2.
As the official images have been released, so have the release details and we cannot wait to get our hands on these kicks.
Release date: Reside in London? You'll be able to purchase the kicks from 27 February. This isn't a global release date, so we're expecting to see them within the next few weeks, or potentially a month.
Where to shop: These aren't going to be an easy find, but they'll be worth it. When the sneakers drop on the 27 February, they'll be available at Dover Street Market in London.
The sneaker arrives in an all-black colour palette and it's a vibe.
It's fair to say that your attention goes straight to the large Swoosh. The denim construction is combined with a frayed, distressed finish. It's a nice contrast to the clean suede upper, leather heel tab and nylon tongue.
You've also got the iconic waffle rubber outsole. But what's one of our favourite features? It's got to be the white CDG branding on the heel and insole.
If you're a fan of collecting exclusive sneakers, then you're going to want to add these to your list.
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