The Waffle Racer unveiled at the Off-White x Nike “Track and Field” Paris Fashion Week runway show last year now has a potential release date.
According to @US_11 on Twitter, fans will reportedly be able to get their hands on the trio of women’s-exclusive Off-White x Nike Waffle Racers next month. Debuted in 1973, the model was invented by Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman and got its name from the waffle iron used in the creation of the shoe.
Each pair is executed with a textile mesh on the uppers for ventilation.
One look is a light blue colorway paired with lime green accents on the Swoosh branding and a distinctive lacing system seen across the entirety of the upper. The second iteration is a toned-down colorway with a mainly white shoe featuring beige and silver accents throughout. The final look is black with pink hits decorating various elements of the shoe.
All three pairs feature Off-White-inspired details, including exposed foam on the tongue, an orange tab on the sides and a pine green zip tie latched onto the laces.
According to the aforementioned Twitter account, the three Off-White x Nike Waffle Racers are expected to be released on Sept. 5 at select Nike stockists. Retail pricing has not yet been announced.
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