For years now, the differences between Nike Sportswear’s Blazer Highs and Mids have been sufficiently subtle that not only have people openly asked which is which and if there’s any real difference, but even 30 seconds of googling should give you a handful of mislabeled results. To make matters worse, Nike SB introduced a cupsoled Blazer in 2010 whose official name is ‘Blazer CS’, but whose height made mixing a ‘Mid’ in there all to easy. Meanwhile, the ‘High’ has always been known simply as ‘Blazer SB’, so only the most detail-oriented devotees of this basketball-born style would notice these differences. The Nike SB Blazer Mid LR looks to make things easier, both on your mind and your soles, with a new distinctive cut that adds LunarLon cushioning inside its vulcanized soles to bring them up to date with other such setups like the P-Rod V LR and Omar Salazar LR. Like those, these will see a wider distribution and are no longer fitted with ‘NIKE SB’ branding; what’s your reaction to this latest piece of the SB restructuring puzzle? via EUKicks
These aren't Nike SB, they're 6.0, but although they've got no 6.0 branding, they'll arrive in a 6.0 orange/white box.
Also the women's pair, look as though they're black/anthracite with a gum outsole, however, having received them, they're got a violet wash outsole. I've contacted Nike and the image on the site is coloured incorrectly.