As its name suggests, the shoe features a crisp minimal color scheme, complemented by a handful of supple textures like suede and canvas to liven up the silhouette. A small “Nike” tag appears over the shoe’s retro-inspired tongue, followed by white laces that are looped through smooth gray suede eyelet panels. Most of the uppers sport ivory-toned canvas, accented by a beige Swoosh and heel tab. Rounding up the details is a white midsole as a finishing touch to the shoe’s clean design.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but Nike’s Blazer Mid ’77 “Cream” is expected to land on Nike’s website for $100 USD.
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