The Nike SB Blazer Mid XT Is Back in "Circuit Orange"

A bright look for Nike’s skateboarding model.

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Nike has announced that it is bringing back one of its crowd favorites with a new “Circuit Orange” colorway of the SB Blazer Mid XT. Rocking a bright orange suede upper, the sneaker is constructed with a handful of sewn together panels as well as a stitched on white Swoosh logo on both sides of the body. The look is finished with a thick white textured outsole complete with a rubber toe cap to withstand impact better and extra traction for more grip.

The Nike SB Blazer Mid XT in “Circuit Orange” is expected to be ready for the fall with an expected price tag of $90 USD. If you need more Nike news to hold you down until then, take a peek at the potential price list for the Swoosh’s upcoming collaborative set with Off-White™.

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