High-resolution B0 mapping suffers from long scan time, and issues with phase-wraps. We present an acquisition and reconstruction technique that resolves both problems. We utilize “X” sampling in k-TE space, in which multiple phase-encoding lines are acquired exactly twice per TR. The echo spacing is shortest for central k-space and largest for outer k-space. A multi-scale reconstruction enables pixel-wise phase unwrapping. This technique may be particularly useful for quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM), as it could a) shorten scan time while maintaining the sensitivity to high-order field variation and b) simplify phase-unwrapping, which are the key features of interest in QSM.