You've Never Seen Anything Like the Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma
If Off-White and Balenciaga had a baby, it would probably be the Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma. Unlike any sneaker that we've ever seen, reports claim that this was one of the very last projects that Virgil Abloh worked on with the Swoosh before his untimely passing last November. Allegedly an all-original silhouette that borrows elements from the Beaverton brand's archives, here's everything that we know so far.
Early leaks courtesy of mysterious sneaker insider Carter Wang, the Air Terra Forma features an extra chunky mid-top design. The upper is crafted from white suede, while the base borrows the wood grain-like pattern from the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid "White" which debuted earlier this year. Inside, you'll find a royal blue sockliner that's fastened with zip, and this same hue can be found on the ultra thick midsole underfoot that gives the Triple S a run for its money.
This is painted in green, pink, yellow, and blue accents, and is equipped with a thick Air bubble around the heel for additional comfort. It's also lined with a series of rubberised spikes that nod to the Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo, and massive "TREAD/LIGHTLY" text right underneath which almost seems like an impossible task considering these trainers look so heavy, but this might just be another one of Abloh's ironic statements.
Next to nothing else is known about the Off-White x Nike Air Terra Forma "White" at this moment in time, so make sure you keep it locked at The Edit LDN to find out more.