HUNDREDS of Glasgow shoppers have been left disappointed after missing out on the highly coveted Off-White x Nike Air Max 90.

But, what are the trainers shoe addicts are so keen to get their hands on? 

The collection launched between fashion label Off-White and sportswear firm Nike in 2017. 


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Designer Virgil Abloh was given creative reign over ten of Nike's most famous trainers, such as the Air Max 90 and Air Force One. 

And, the range has proved to be incredibly popular. 

Style website Versus said: "The Nike x Off White Air Max 90 remains one of the most in-demand silhouettes as we head into 2019 – and a new colourway of the sneaker is set to drop this month.

East Kilbride Connect:

"The ‘Desert Ore‘ colourway of the model has been spotlighted by sneakerheads for some time and are set to drop on January 17.

"The sold-out ‘Black’ colourway of the model is also getting a re-stock on the same date, with a ‘University Red‘ colourway thought to follow it at some point this Spring."

Celebrities have also shown their love for the collabration with the likes of singer John Mayer and Drake pictures in the Air Max 90 redesign. 



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But, it's popularity is causing major problems for the average shopper.

Despite retailing for £145, resale costs start from as high as £700 on the likes of eBay while on some sites the price is an eye-watering £1,200. 

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