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The Nike Blazer Low ’77 Is Next To Receive A “Toasty” Treatment

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As suggested by its name, Nike’s upcoming “Toasty” collection is coming in time for sweater weather as it embraces coziness and warm tones—all while using sustainable materials. The Nike Blazer Low ’77 Premium will now be joining its mid-top counterpart and the Nike Dunk in this “Move To Zero”-related pack by flaunting a beige-dominated color palette.

Similar to the collection’s Blazer Mid, this new iteration consists of a patchwork design. Quilted, recycled textiles in “Rattan” and “Brown Kelp” construct the lateral side while the medial side opts for a similar approach but in “Rattan” and white. This lateral-side-versus-medial-side style is also echoed by the suede profile Swooshes, which are either in light beige or orange. To keep things toasty, fleece materials are applied to the sockliner and under the tongue. An orange label that reads “TOASTY” and features the “Move To Zero” Pinwheel logo is stitched onto the insole to round out the look.

Enjoy images of the Blazer Low ’77 Premium below, which will be available at Nike.com in the near future at a price of $110.

For more by the Swoosh, check out the Safari prints on an upcoming Nike Air Max 90.

The Nike Blazer Low ’77 Is Next To Receive A “Toasty” Treatment
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