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READYMADE Resculpts The Nike Blazer With Recycled Materials

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Towards the last half of 2020, Nike started to aggressively push their sustainable designs. And now in 2021 — following further use of recycled wools and many a new “Crater” iteration — the brand is taking their “Move To Zero” initiative to the next level with READYMADE’s collaborative Blazer Mid.

Outfitter to Travis Scott, READYMADE has long made a name for themselves through meticulous construction and tasteful distressing. The Blazer Mid seen here mirrors that methodology to a close T, as much of the upper is constructed of various patches and imbued with the Japanese label’s penchant for militaria. As such, quite a large portion of the top half is patterned with a two-tone camo, this print worked into the collar as well as the tongue. Below, black ripstop is haphazardly overlaid atop greyed wools and a similarly neutral toe cap/counter combo that’s unevenly sculpted as if clay.

Finished with a thinned orange Swoosh and intersecting Volt strings, the release should arrive later this year at a rumored $160 USD price point.

If you like the safari, you may be a bit more interested in the Giraffe Vans Old Skool.

Where to Buy

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READYMADE x Nike Blazer Mid
Release Date: Feb 27th, 2021 (Saturday)
Color: Black/Vast Grey/Volt/Total Orange
Mens: $160 Style Code: CZ3589-001

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