Nike Blazer Low 77: A timeless pair to keep

Considered one of Nike's most iconic profiles, the brand continues to launch a heavy roster of Blazer kicks on the sneaker market. One of them is the ever-versatile Blazer Low 77 that bears the classic basketball shoe style, transitioned to make it more casual. 

This low-top kick features a minimalist design. Its old-school hooper design has a smooth upper added with clean overlays on the toe tip and lateral side. Underfoot is the white herringbone-patterned rubber outsole that provides grippy traction.

Nike's undisputed hall of famers

Joining Blazer in Nike's impressive honor board are several ageless pairs that continuously reign the sneaker market:

  • Nike Air Max. Introduced in the 80s, this revolutionary collection is the first to feature the innovative Air unit cushioning visibly. Its style has endured the test and time and is considered one of the pioneers of the modern-day's dad sneaker trend.
  • Nike Dunk. Released initially as footwear for the hardwood, the Dunk slowly transitioned as fashionable street kicks. In 2020, Nike improved its padding and traction to convert it into a highly-coveted Nike SB Dunk
  • Nike Air Force 1. The Nike Air Force One was the first to use Air cushioning technology on the hardcourts. It revolutionized the sneaker culture and game by releasing countless variations over time. 

Facts / Specs

Base model: Nike Blazer Low
Style: Retro, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Nike Blazer
Closure: Laces
Material: Canvas, Suede, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric

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