As one of its original toolings from 1973, the Nike Blazer has transpired decades of differing cultural spaces and an equal amount of expressive toolings. Recently, the mid-top model exercised its 1977 vintage tooling with a “Mocha Brown” aesthetic.
The vintage aesthetics land in the silhouette’s crisp two-toned color blocking while expressing a number of worn details throughout the hair suede upper that consumes everything from the quarter overlay to the mudguard and vertical spine. Soft “Off-White” shades compliment the dominant milk chocolate tinted ensemble, providing a lightened touch along the tongue, laces, canvas sole unit and the profile swooshes and heel’s leather fixtures.
Enjoy a detailed look at the Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Vintage “Mocha Brown” below as we await further release details.
In other news from the Beaverton brand, check out the recently unveiled Air Force 1 “Honeydew”.
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