Thanks to clean-colored makeups with standout Swooshes,
Both offer stark uppers built of white leather, overlaid with sail suede mudguards and eyestays plus a toe cap on the Mid. The signature “Voltage Purple” hue swathes lateral and medial Swooshes alike, and also supplies adornment on each heel: the Mid uses it for printed graphics, while on the Low it provides the base for an embroidered Nike hit. Tongues on the Mid opt for signature exposed foam, while the Low chooses sewn-shut nylon. Each offers a vintage-styled tongue badge and cream-colored rubber midsoles/outsole to round off the look.
The Nike Blazer Mid ‘77 Vintage and Blazer Low “Voltage Purple” are available now via the Nike webstore and retailers like Asphalt Gold. The Mid is priced at a flat $100 USD, while the Low slides in just under the century mark at $90 USD.