Nike Adds Blazer Mid '77 to "First Use Pack"

Offered in “Deep Royal Blue” and “Orange.”

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As 2021 marks the 50th-anniversary of Nike‘s Swoosh – created on June 18, 1971, the footwear giant has added the Blazer Mid ‘77 to its “First Use Pack.”

Coming in two colorways – “Deep Royal Blue” and “Orange,” the uppers are built primarily with canvas base layer and shaggy suede overlays on the mudguard and eyestay panels. For the sidewalls, the original Swoosh design can be spotted in different forms such as embroidered borders of the logo with “First Use June 18, 1971” printed above on the lateral side, while the medial side is marked with a leather Swoosh. Double laces sit above the exposed foam tongue with a classic Nike Sportswear graphic, accented by a removable Swoosh aglet with diamond. Contrasting color retro Nike branding at the rear, classic white rubber midsoles and outsoles complete the look of shoes.

Priced at $110 USD, the Blazer Mid ‘77 in “Deep Royal Blue” and “Orange” can be purchased at the company’s website.

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