Because these Blazers are designed under the D/MS/X division, Nike has treated the three pairs to a number of special tweaks. Dropping in “Deep Royal Blue/Chile Red/Copa,” “White/Kumquat/Aurora Green,” and “Summit White/White/Sail/Vast Grey,” the pairs sport elements including accentuated outlined Swoosh logos on the mid-panels that use rubber piping to give a 3D effect, tapering off at the heel of each pair, and include a similar design on the front-quarter guard.
Elsewhere, Nike reverses the branding and Swoosh on the exposed foam tongue, while on the inside of the tongue tab you’ll spot a small nod to the D/MS/X line. The heel features Nike-branded embroidery, while lower down you’ll see the rubber Swooshes ending before a strip of contrast-stitched leather. Rubber then encases the heel, housing a patch of color once more, while more rubber can be seen on the toe cap.
The Nike Blazer Mid ‘77 “Infinite” pack will drop at retailers such as Noirfonce imminently. Pairs will retail for €110 EUR each (approx. $130 USD).
In other news, WACKO MARIA has unveiled its upcoming Nike SB Blazer Low collaboration.