The “Split” Colorway Lands On The Nike Blazer Low ’77

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Over the past few months, nearly the entirety of Nike’s lifestyle archives has been privy to a “Split” construction. From reimagined takes on OG color blockings to new general releases, the Nike Blazer Low ’77 is the latest to join the aforementioned collection.

Embarking on a greyscale ensemble, the skate-ready silhouette receives a crisp white introduction cast across its tumbled leather upper while light grey suedes fill the duo of mudguards and heel tab. Elsewhere, the “Split” aesthetic interchanges the pair’s color blocking by consuming the black/grey mid-foot Swoosh and cream/grey sole unit before divvying up both the tongue and heel tabs branding in vintage and renovated insignias.

While a release date has yet to be confirmed, in the meantime enjoy official imagery of the Nike Blazer Low ’77 “Split” below.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, the Nike Mac Attack was recently seen via the feet of Travis Scott sporting La Flame’s staple reverse Swoosh.


Nike Blazer Low '77 "Split"

SKU: DZ2544-100
RELEASE DATE: Jul 15, 2023

US 07/15/2023 Saturday

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