Nike x Off-White’s MCA: All the details here

Posted: 17 January 2020 8:46 am
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This is your first official look at an alternative "MCA" sneaker from Nike and Off-White – one with a black sole.

Have Nike and Off-White collaborated an abundance of times? Yes.

But do we want them to stop? Not at all.

The Off-White x Nike "MCA" is not a new sneaker drop, but we've just had an official look at a potentially new style and colourway. The sneaker was teased at Paris Fashion Week and revealed on Virgil Abloh's Instagram.

The style has been re-imagined with some unique design elements and a statement black sole. The upper material is branded with the same bold blue shade, with metallic swooshes and black text.

There is also a second lace unit, decorated with red zip ties for some added flair.

At this stage, we're unsure whether it will be a wider release or something super exclusive and limited edition. Watch this space for more information as it becomes available.

If so, you'll be able to shop directly from Nike online. While you wait, there are plenty more sneaker drops you can cop, and you can click here to see if there are any available promo codes.

For more, you can head on over and check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, a list of release dates and the best deals you need to take advantage of. What sneaker drops are we currently obsessing over? You need to check out the Off-White x Air Jordan 5 and the Nike Air Force 1 Low Easter edition.


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