Capitalizing off of the massive success that Virgil Abloh's partnership has been for Nike, the brand will be expanding his upcoming offerings even further. According to @py_rates on Twitter, the Swoosh will be releasing Abloh-designed Air Force 1s in infant and toddler sizing later this year.
The baby-sized kicks kicks will reportedly be available in both black and volt-based color schemes and feature some of the signature details that have come to be expected from the designer's collaborations like a deconstructed upper design, orange tags, and Helvetica phrasing on the midsole.
This is not the first time Nike has released a hyped-up sneaker in smaller sizing in 2018. Earlier this year, it also delivered a limited run of Sean Wotherspoon's Air Max 1/97 in toddler sizes as well via Nike SNKRS.
UPDATE (12/12): Nike has officially unveiled the latest batch of Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Lows will be dropping in kid's and todder sizing. Each will feature shrunken versions of Virgil Abloh's trademark details like modified tongue tags, a branding stamp on the side panel, jagged stitching, translucent overlays, and even a baby blue zip tie. Toddler sizes will don soft bottoms.
Both colorways will be available from a 0C to 3Y alongside their adult counterparts on Dec. 19. Get a look at the tiny pairs below.