Over its 40-year existence, the Nike Blazer has undergone an extensive amount of reinterpreted offerings for the silhouette’s ever-expanding cultural influences. Relying on a much more structured build for skaters, the Blazer Mid Pro Club now engages with a pitch-dark color palette.
Introduced just last summer, the revamped skate-ready solution explores an amalgamation of textiles, collecting tumbled leather, suede and ripstop throughout its pitch-dark upper. Exposed foam and thick mudguards retain their appearance while houndstooth laces, midsole stitching and tongue tabs inject a seldom swatch of crisp white to the tonal ensemble. Elsewhere, the dominant black colorway is infused with a restrictive amount of “Gum” hues along the forefoot of the canvas tread and suede heel tab, offering a contemporary update to the classic color blocking.
Enjoy a detailed look at the Nike Blazer Mid Pro Club “Black/Gum” below while we await further release details.
In other news from the Beaverton-based brand, the Jordan 38 “Aqua” was recently revealed.
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