Nike Blazer Mid’ 77 Comes With Sleek Alternate Swooshes

A subtle makeover to a storied silhouette.

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The Nike Blazer Mid has been a mainstay in the Swoosh’ lineup for over 30 years. With a timeless silhouette and sturdy construction, it’s likely the sneaker will be just as relevant 30 years from now as it is today.

Over the years, the Blazer has seen a number of iterations — from a jumbo “Vodoo” makeover to a list of Low models, including a collaboration with ACRONYM.

The latest model sees a subtle, but tasteful switch to the legendary Blazer Mid, where the Swoosh comes in both black and a “Light Smoke Grey” colorway. Classic and understated, the sneaker can surely complement any look. Currently the Nike Blazer Mid “Light Smoke Grey” is available in select Japanese retailers, however, the shoe is slated to release in the US sometime in early 2022.

Elsewhere, the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom CMFT gets a heavenly treatment.

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