Nike SB Blazer Mid – Trash Talk Sample

September 2, 2011 BY

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The Nike SB Blazer is one of the original Nike Basketball models that made the graceful transition into Nike Sportswear, becoming one of the cleanest, easy-to-wear pair of kicks in the history of Nike kicks. The last decade saw a ton of collaborations involving the 70’s basketball shoe, joining forces with some of the most recognized streetwear and skate brands like Stussy and Supreme. This unreleased Nike SB Blazer sample actually resembles the Supreme x Nike SB Blazer Mid releases based on the diamond-stitched pattern on the upper, but that material resembles Nike Considered’s ‘Trash Talk’ material, which uses scraps from the Nike factory floor to create usable, durable materials. You might even remeber the Air Jordan 1 2K High that dropped in June of 2010 that featured the same stitching on the upper. Check out the extra images below and let us know if you would have liked to see these release. via njsbcollector of N-SB.


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