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Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Premium VNTG – 2013 Preview

November 15, 2012 BY / 0

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Remember how we noted on Sunday that the latest Nike Blazer Mid VNTG was likely foreshadowing things to come with regard to this series’ textural experimentation?  That kind of attention to trends is one of the reasons you’ll want to keep coming back to Sneaker News, as today, we have confirmation of a variety of additional patterned releases.  The Vintage Blazer Mid relies upon leather bases for all these upcoming colorways, adding suede on the toe area along with patterns on either the Swoosh, heel tab and/or sockliner.  We see multicolor zig-zags, snakeskin and a few pairs with more traditional VNTG looks and all are depicted in greater detail after the jump.  Let us know which is your favorite of the dozen below and stick with Sneaker News to find out when these arrive at Nike Sportswear retailers.

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