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Nike WMNS Blazer Mid – Anthracite – Zebra

February 26, 2012 BY / 0

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What we saw from the most recent Nike WMNS Blazer Mid revelation on Friday was fairly standard by this point in history: Nike Sportswear took a material and colorblocking pattern that worked to perfection and duplicated it in another palette.  The shift on this latest pair is a bit more pronounced, but they still fit in with the sherling-lined editions thanks to a partially VacTech-molded upper.  But instead of suede and flowers on the heel tab, these opt for a cracked leather upper plus zebra striping that gives this new edition a more rugged appeal that’s also decidedly less winter-friendly.  In other words, another fresh take on the grey sneakers that have been so huge in the past few years, and you can see more images after the jump.  via Pyrophilly

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