Both colorways have been reconstructed with contrasting panels that are slightly misaligned. A small “Nike” tongue tag appears at the top of the shoe, complemented by a mesh heel tab with “Nike” branding. The shoe’s rear quarters come in suede, sitting next to a full-grain leather midsection, followed by additional suede panels along the forefoot and toecap. As a final touch, the shoe’s main Swoosh has been playfully chopped up into three sections of contrasting materials. All of these details rest over a crisp white midsole that’s also been reconstructed.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but the two Nike SB Blazer “Mosaic” colorways are expected to land on Nike’s website in August for $110 USD.
In case you missed it, take a look at Nike SB’s Zoom Blazer Mid “Gray Fog” colorway.