Take an Official Look at the KAWS x sacai Nike Blazer Low "Purple Dusk," "Neptune Blue" and "Team Red"

Accompanied by official release info.

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After months of build-up, we now have an official look at the KAWS x sacai Nike Blazer Low “Purple Dusk,” “Neptune Blue” and “Team Red,” along with official release info.

Set to arrive in four colorways, the sneakers will serve as the final element of the KAWS x sacai Fall/Winter 2021 “Wearable Art” collection. Each multicolor take builds on Chitose Abe‘s stacked vision of the claissc Blazer footwear model with layered shoelaces, tongues, eyestays and midfoot Swooshes. Completing the design of the shoes are co-branded tongue tags, printed insoles and KAWS’ “XX” motif on the layered sole unit.

Priced at $140 USD, the KAWS x sacai Nike Blazer Low “Neptune Blue” and “Team Red” will be available November 26 vis sacai and Kawsone.com, while the “Purple Dusk” and elusive “Reed” colorways will be released December 9. Wider releases via Nike SNKRS and select retailers have yet to be announced. Pairs are also available to cop via GOAT in case you needed to cop.

Additionally, sacai will be releasing a special matching zipper attachment accessory exclusively at its Aoyama flagship location.

 

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