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Comme des Garcons BLACK x Nike Blazer Low

August 23, 2013 BY / 2

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It looks like the partnership between Comme des Garcons and Nike is back on, as the two have linked up for a covert pair of the Nike Blazer Low. The blacked out sneakers are in fact so covert that they already seem to have launched out in Japan without anyone really getting a heads up beforehand. The sneakers steer clear of the louder branding brought on by the CDG PLAY line, instead opting for a simple logo hit on the back tab and a blacked out upper. See more angles with us below and stay tuned for potential release info on the Comme des Garcons BLACK x Nike Blazer Low.

Nike Blazer Low
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Photos: tkhrm/ka4nya1

Filed under: Blazer Collaboration Upcoming Sneakers

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2 comments
AuntieDrew
AuntieDrew

they should make a pair with the hearts

JasonJFiendAntokal
JasonJFiendAntokal

Im diggin these. Could definitely rock these as dress shoes or to work



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