Following the contrast look of the “Black/White,” this time around the minimalist shoe is dressed in “Dusty Pink” and “Clay Green” suede. Focussing on strong branding, the tonal stitching and heat welding found on the upper is accompanied by large contrasting wrapping white Swoosh logos. Rounding up the latest Blazer iteration is a simple sole unit carrying the lower portion of the oversized branding.
No official drop details just yet, but check out the colorways above and stay tuned for the Nike Blazer Low “Oversized Swoosh” release notes.
For more Nike, take a first look at Nike’s upcoming Air VaporMax Premier Flyknit hybrid model.