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Nike Places Recycled Grind Material On The Blazer Mid ’77

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Ostensibly made in excess, Nike’s recycled Grind materials seem to be inching their way into every fiber of the brand — the Air Jordan 1, every entry in the Space Hippie family, and now the Blazer Mid. But the latter, as is expected from the lifestyle favorite, approaches the material in a way relatively distinct. Instead of utilized on the tooling or the main construction, the pair only allows it to rest on the heel tab as well as the tongue. A subtle detail, the various coloring turns the generally neutral fixtures quite loud; text-led branding only adding to that in their orange shading. Elsewhere, the leathers are left a typical white finish, the tooling is made to match alongside, and the swoosh finishes with a vibrant yellow. Grab a detailed look at these right here and expect to find them on Nike.com very soon.

In other news, the Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Zyon is releasing July 18th.

Nike Blazer Mid ’77
Style Code: DA4677-100

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