Off-White™ has released a new style of its ODSY sneaker, aptly dubbed the ODSY-2000. It appears in “Mutlicolor” and “Black/Blue” versions, and although it does share some similarities to the ODSY-1000, the new look is a far cry from the original model at the same time.
Where the ODSY-1000 was a more typical chunky sneaker, featuring an oversized sole unit and a more rounded upper design, the ODSY-2000 gives off an inherently trail-runner look. It does so by being slightly lower in profile and more angled from the toe box and up the vamp to the tongue, which then slants down towards the rear to give the sneaker a wedge shape.
The sole unit is also completely different on the ODSY-2000. It now comes with far less caging that works its way onto the upper, instead opting for a more streamlined look that’s color-blocked, heavily branded, and is finished with a plastic heel clip.
Ripstop, mesh, and suede have been used to construct the upper to give it a busy, paneled look that is then overlayed with a large cross-meets-arrow logo on the lateral mid-panel. “OFF” branding appears on the rubber tongue label, while further branding can be seen embossed into the heel.
The Off-White™ ODSY-2000 in “Mutlicolor” and “Black/Blue” are currently available on Off-White™’s website for $695 USD each. Take a closer look at the new model above.
In related news, Off-White™ has also just dropped a pair of combat boots.