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Nike Blazer High – Sail – Orange Blaze – Cracked Leather

December 6, 2010 BY / 0

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The Nike Blazer High VNTG series never fails to satisfy with its rich suede design, but never have we seen a Blazer quite as beat-up as these, vintage or otherwise.  This new release comes in a painted white leather that’s cracked up like the seats of a convertible that crashed in the desert a decade back.  This rough-around-everywhere look is pulled together quite nicely with orange stitching that extends to the tongue tag, where it’s typically been a sign of VNTG releases.  The distribution of colors on the tag is actually reversed, a detail you can see along with others by clicking on the jump below.  Have a closer look and stick with Sneaker News for updates on this upcoming House of Hoops exclusive.  via LTD

Style: 392387-180
Color: Sail/Orange Blaze

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