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First Look at the Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma

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Adam Cheung
November 1, 2022

There's nothing else quite like this out there.

We don't really know what's going on with the Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma, but for some reason we're kind of liking it. Rumored to be one of the last sneakers that Virgil Abloh worked on with the American sportswear company before his passing at the end of last year, there's nothing else quite like this out there. And that's exactly why we like it so much. Have you ever wondered why all sneakers tend to look more or less the same? Abloh sure has, and this looks like his answer.

Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma
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Bearing a striking resemblance to the Triple S, we wouldn't be shocked if you told us that these were made in collaboration with Balenciaga, but there's no denying the Nike Swoosh branding across the sidewalls. Featuring an over-designed mesh and suede construction, the clean white and gray palette is disturbed by the royal blue sockliner that's fastened using a zip. Underfoot, the extra chunky midsole is decorated with a selection of vibrant accents, and the outsole is decorated with rubberized spikes which harken back to the Illinois-born designer's Off-White x Air Force 1 Mid and Off-White x Air Zoom Tempo Next releases. This is then finished with the text "TREAD LIGHTLY" underneath the shoe, finalizing the truly outrageous design.

Image credits: wxj6550822

Not much else is known about the Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma "White" at this moment in time, so keep it locked at Ox Street to find out everything that there is to know. While you're here, you can now grab these grails for under retail!

Image credits: wxj6550822
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and style. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.