Nike's Blazer Low and Mid '77 Become Canvases for Vibrant Paint Splatters

A throwback colorway for the retro silhouettes.

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Nike‘s Blazer Low and Mid ‘77 have been decorated with vibrant paint splatters, a follow-up to a similarly-patterned Air Jordan 1 Low from just two days ago.

Both shoes come with clean white leather uppers, accented by splashes of red, blue, yellow, green and black paint. Nike branding is placed at the top of the shoe, over vintage-inspired tongues with exposed foam. The shoes’ paint marks are really the focus of the shoe, and besides the sporadic pattern, the rest of the shoes are kept relatively minimal. Both come with contrasting black Swooshes and light gray suede panels around the toe caps. All of these details rest over white midsoles to complete the throwback looks.

Nike’s Blazer Low and Mid ’77s will be available on April 23, 3 a.m. EST on 43einhalb’s website for €90 EUR and €100 EUR (approximately $107 USD and $119 USD), respectively.

If you like Nike Blazers, here’s a look at another iteration of a Mid ‘77 with floral detailing.

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