Performance-informed suede and canvas material across the upper indulge in the latest pair’s bold blue titular hue. Accenting details (i.e. profile swooshes, heel panels) deviate in muted, but stark white contrast. Labels on the tongue, which nod to Taylor’s interest in 1970s American muscle cars, boast the SB Blazer Low GT‘s two hues, as do the sock-liners. Underfoot, sole units continue to two-tone trend as midsoles revel in a “colorless” look, while herringbone-patterned tread revert to the upper’s eye-catching blue color.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.
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