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Nike Blazer Mid Woven

January 5, 2013 BY / 0

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While the rest of the world plays with animal prints and bright colors, Nike Sportswear offers plenty of their own, in addition to a wholly unique thread running through the spring catalog.  Like the Dunk High before it, the Nike Blazer Mid Woven takes a classic basketball design and reinvents it with the kind of upper construction we’re more used to seeing on the Footscape and other iconoclastic lifestyle designs.  We just saw a ‘Woven’ Blazer Mid for women this week, and while that half-and-half approach gave a more colorful result, it’s this trio that more truly manifests the woven approach thanks to 90%+ nylon ribbons.  Let us know which of the three looks best after you’ve seen them all after the jump and pre-order your favorite today for a prompt February shipment from End.


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