Beige and grey "OUT OF OFFICE" sneakers with a grey arrow on the side. Off-White™ logo on the back. Tonal rubber sole. Grey lace-up closure.
Virgil Abloh—Off-White’s founder and creative director—wanted to create a tennis shoe with a late 1980’s and early 1990’s aesthetic that could be worn all-day-every-day. The result: a low-top silhouette with hybridized street basketball and running influences. The "OUT OF OFFICE" sneaker features a contrasting outsole with translucent gel insets classic perforated toe vamps a ribbed heel and a recontextualized logo.