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All the pictures we’ve seen so far of the Off-White x Nike women’s line


off white nike track and field Image: sneakernews

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The new activewear line is rumoured to be dropping later this year.

Only late last year, Virgil Abloh announced the end of Off-White's absolute sellout The Ten collaboration with sportswear giant Nike. But now, it seems the two major brands are set to team up again to release a Women's Only collection later this year.

According to @pyleaks Twitter account, the collection will be called Track & Field and will include an array of women's sporting apparel. From what we can tell, this is the same collection that debuted at the Off-White 2019 spring and summer women's show in Paris last year.

The runway show featured track and field athletes as the models and showed off a series of dresses, vests and jackets. It also gave us a first look at new sneaker iterations featuring traction gripping along the bottom, which Virgil Abloh himself has now gone and debuted.

Showing off a pair of the new kicks at Coachella, Abloh gave us a glimpse at what looks like a new iteration of the Nike Air Presto model. Featuring a black base, hot pink traction grip and reflective Nike swooshes, this is a design you're going to want to wear both on and off the track.

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We've also glimpsed two other colourways of the shoe, courtesy of Off-White™ Active's Instagram. In the latest snap, we can see one pair take up the neon theme of the collection in a lime colourway with suede khaki green accents.

Meanwhile, the other new edition comes in a clean white hue with beige accents, lime green traction grips and fluro yellow laces.

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When and where will the collaboration be available?

The Track and Field collaboration is rumoured to be released late summer 2019 in the US. As we usually have to wait a bit longer for fashion drops here in Australia, we're hoping to see it in stores around mid-year. Prices are set to range from US$60-US$300, which is about what we'd expect from a high-end collaboration.

Though there's no word on where you'll be able to shop the collection, it's a safe bet that we'll see it first on the Nike site. We're also hoping it will come to usual Off-White stockists like Farfetch, Nordstrom and SSENSE, but we'll keep you updated as more information drops.

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