Chase Claypool wears a Nike Air Max 90 “Off-White”

The first week of the NFL season featured an instant classic between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals. The Steelers won 23-20 in overtime, thanks to several clutch performances.

Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool caught four passes for 18 yards and went for 36 yards on six carries. We at FanNation Kicks had a feeling the 24-year-old dueling threat would kick in after seeing his pre-match outfit.

The whole Claypool cut was nice. But it was the almost all-black shoes that set it off. Claypool wore a rare pair of Nike Air Max 90s and swapped the laces to add his personal touch. Below is everything fans need to know about the expensive shoes.

Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 ‘Black’

Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 ‘Black’

Claypool wore the Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 shoes in the “Black” colorway. The limited edition kicks were released on February 7, 2019 for $160. However, according to StockX, the shoes have an average resale price of $840. Fans interested in purchasing a pair can purchase from resale sites like StockX, GOAT, or eBay.

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The price is high, but that makes sense. Nike Air Max shoes have been around in different shapes and colors for over three decades. But this black and white pair was designed by the late great Virgil Abloh.

The shoes were one of many collaborations between Off-White and Nike. In addition to the premium materials, there are a few key elements that set this colorway apart from its peers, such as the blue plastic tag and Off-White branding to the sides in Helvetica print.

Claypool has just started his third season in the NFL but is already performing like a seasoned veteran. If these are the kicks the Steelers receiver carries in Week 1, we can’t wait to see what he has planned for the rest of the season. Stay locked in to learn more about what your favorite players are wearing on and off the court.

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