Nike SB has been particularly busy with its Dunk Low-variant over the last few years. And while impressive, these endeavors have sometimes fallen short of the clean executions that’ve arrived courtesy of Grant Taylor. The 29-year-old’s latest proposition – the SB Blazer Low GT – grab inspiration from Chevrolet’s El Camino utility vehicle.
At a glance, the forthcoming pair is simply a skate-ready option clad in shades of blue. Further inspection, however, reveals thematic detailing. Suede, canvas and leather uppers play supporting roles to the muscle car-reminiscent branding on the tongue. As with versions of the American manufacturer’s El Camino from 1968-72, Taylor low-top Blazer dons two-tone stripes and an industrial, retro font on the sockliner and tongue label. Elsewhere, sole units forgo any nod to vintage cars, but they sport a fan-favorite light gum brown outsole.
Enjoy official images of the latest SB Blazer Low GT here below, as you wait for pairs to arrive to Nike.com.
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