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Nike’s “Airbrush” Collection Expands With A White And Green Blazer Mid ’77

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As the brand’s first basketball shoe, the Nike Blazer Mid ’77 is a relic of the past. Yet, the silhouette continues to usher in new styles like a newly-surfaced faded one.

Akin to a previously-seen white and pink Air Max 97, the unreleased pair features a heavy “colorless” finish across its upper. Canvas and chenille materials come together throughout the top-half, with the logos on the sides interrupting their clean surroundings with stark green contrast. The midsole underfoot keeps things traditional in build, but it enjoys an “unfinished” paint job; the sock liner also boasts a similar look, likely a nod to airbrush painting. Lastly, classic herringbone traction rounds out the two-tone Blazer in light gum brown.

The Swoosh hasn’t confirmed a nike.com release date yet, but that’s likely to change before summer. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the pair ahead.

For more sneaker news, check out the Air Jordan 3 “White Cement Reimagined” scheduled to drop in March.

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Nike Blazer Mid '77
Release Date: 2023
Color: N/A
Mens: N/A Style Code: FJ4547-100

North America2023