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Nike Blazer Mid “Year of the Snake”

December 29, 2012 BY / 1

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It’s a reasonable expectation with the past few years’ output that the Air Force 1 will take the lead for Nike Sportswear’s latest Lunar New Year collection. But along with the AF1, other beloved classics like the Air Max 90 and Nike Blazer Mid are joining the Year of the Snake celebration. This YOTS Blazer Mid is depicted more clearly in these new images, which show us how sharp the delineation between black and Court Purple actually is on this upcoming design. Expect a proper debut in early 2013 along with more Chinese New Year Nikes, but you can already get select sizes today from Kicks-crew.

Nike Blazer Mid “Year of the Snake”
Black/Black-University Red-Court Purple
316664-005

 

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AkPifstar
AkPifstar

Damn these are dope makes me want to come back to the Blazer Collection

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