Take a First Look at the Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Mid "Industrial Blue"

Just one of a few colorways set to be released.

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Back in July, rumors and early looks of an upcoming Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Mid collaboration started to surface. Expected to arrive as part of the New York imprint’s Fall/Winter 2022 major collaboration series, the team-up continues the quilted snakeskin Nike SB Blazers released by Supreme in 2006.

Already getting a look at a “Black/Golden” colorway, we now have imagery of the second “Industrial Blue” take, the third and final colorway of the collaboration has yet to surface. The shoe features light denim upper marked by contrast quilting and snakeskin Swooshes.

Additional detailing comes in the form of co-branded tongue tags, “NIKE” cut-out heel tabs, special laces, matching hardware at the rear, and printed insoles. The shoes are also believed to come in special packaging marking the team-up.

Priced at $120 USD, the FW22 Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Mid collaboration is expected to release September 8 alongside Supreme’s FW22 collection Week 2 drop.

 

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