Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 5 Cream sneakers: First look

Posted: 17 February 2020 8:48 am

Off-White x Air Jordan 5

Peep the off-white coloured iteration of your new favourite shoe.

Following the release of the highly-anticipated "Black Metallic" Off-White x Air Jordan 5 sneakers over the weekend, we've now seen yet another colourway on the feet of Virgil Abloh himself.

A sneaky Instagram video by Ibn Jasper shows the designer rocking a cream coloured edition at the NBA All-Star Weekend, leaving us to wonder if we'll be able to cop the pair sometime soon.

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A post shared by Ibn Jasper (@ibnjasper) on Feb 15, 2020 at 10:30am PST

Abloh has also taken to Instagram to give us a close up of the pair, giving us further hope that this is indeed the next iteration. The kicks feature a mostly off-white colourway with a beige midsole that's interrupted with a spiky red design.

Pops of grey feature on the side and tongue tab, while red Jumpman branding and off-white coloured laces complete the design.

The post includes a video of Abloh removing the translucent circular cutouts from one of the shoes with the caption "plot twist". While the intriguing post has some guessing that the pair is a custom edition for the Off-White founder, we'd wager that we'll be hearing more about a release soon.

Stay tuned for more.

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A post shared by @virgilabloh on Feb 15, 2020 at 11:46am PST

While we wait for more information to drop, you can check out a list of stores that stock Off-White to shop more gear by the brand. You can also check out the first images of a pair of Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 1 Canary Yellow sneakers that are rumoured to be dropping later this year.

For more Nike news, release dates and current discounts, you can head to our Nike hub page.

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Images: Instagram user virgilabloh

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