Although NIKE, Inc. is obsessed with the latest and greatest, the Oregon-based company continues to revisit the past, whether by reissuing old designs or draws inspiration from them. Recently, the iconic Nike Blazer Low emerged in a simple, but new grey, black, and white color scheme.
While none of the aforementioned hues are new to the decades-old basketball sneaker, the arrangement found on the upcoming pair is. Most of the front-half of the upper is covered in a smooth “colorless” leather, although reinforcement at the tip of the toe and lateral forefoot deviate in a light grey. Profile swooshes and “NIKE” text at the heel opt for pitch-dark contrast, while the underlying panels indulge in the same grey tone as the overlays at the toe. Exposed foam tongues deliver a vintage touch, while the sole unit favors an all-white finish.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, as you wait for firm nike.com launch details.
In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 1 continues to appear in new color combinations.
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