BLAZER MID '77 SUEDE
Compared to other fixtures in the line-up of Nike icons, the Blazer is positively simple. As one of Nike’s first ever hardwood models, originally released in 1973, the Blazer predates the revolutionary developments that would make Nike and cutting edge technology synonymous; the original Blazer was just a leather upper with a nylon tongue, atop a vulcanized rubber sole, but this versatile simplicity allowed the Blazer to catch on in fields like skateboarding and casual fashion, long after its active court days were over.
A suede upper, outfitted in a tonal red colorway, with vintage style gum sole is exactly the kind of transformation that has kept the Blazer a fan favorite. As the centerpiece of an understated, classic look, or as an elegantly subdued contrast to a bold clothing statement, this version of the Blazer has the kind of endless possibilities that don't fit on a basketball clipboard.
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- Nike Blazer Mid '77 Suede
- Light Redwood/Gum Medium Brown