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Nike Blazer Mid LR “Kiltie”

September 9, 2012 BY / 4

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The Nike Blazer Mid LR debuted this spring and made appearances in London with a Tinie Tempah collabo and an Olympic Medal Stand makeup, and has now aged enough that they’re coming through with themed variations.  The latest LunarLon Blazer Mids arrive with luxurious leather uppers embellished by a kiltie that’ll remind experienced sneakerheads of 2006’s Dunk Low SB ‘Golf Pack’.  These come from the Swoosh’s reorganized Action Sports division ready for skate as well as the colder weather as evidenced by their boot-like upper eyelets, and you’ll find these available today at shops like Size?.


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4 comments
JulianScott
JulianScott

Never owned blazers but these are pretty nice

samgomez85
samgomez85

The Kiltie is the best part for me, gives it a more formal look.

svks
svks

The toe stitching ruined it

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