Verdict from 5 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Comfortable: Multiple buyers mention that the Nike Blazer Low 77 Vintage feels cozy even when donned the entire day.
  • Durable: Long-time users testify that it can withstand wear and tear.
  • Versatile: With its simplicity, the shoe could match nearly any casual attire and works well on dressier occasions, too.  
  • Timeless: It has a classic style suitable for different ages. 
  • Polished finishing: Users are pleased that they did not find any unsightly glue marks or loose thread. 
  • Upkeep: On-the-go people enjoy this pair's easy-to-clean materials.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Narrow: Only a few reviewers mention that the Blazer Low '77 feels tight on the forefoot. Sizing up might ease this issue. 
  • Long break-in period: For a couple of critics, it took a while to get their feet accustomed to this model's fit. 

Bottom line

Nike reworked the Blazer Low with a more retro vibe. Featuring its predecessor's multi-purpose look, the Nike Blazer Low 77 VNTG is perfect for wearers with a bustling lifestyle. It boasts its coziness and tough construction without the need to overspend. In essence, this model is for practical buyers searching for a stylish, everyday go-to sneaker. 

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Nike Blazer Low Vintage: A retro-styled everyday sneaker 

To the Blazer fans' delight, Nike ended 2020 with a bang by unveiling several Blazer variations in the last quarter of 2020. This beloved iteration was launched initially as a basketball shoe in the 1970s. It's a high-top basketball kick dressed with leather upper that slowly transitioned into casual footwear for its laidback style and comfort.  

In the 90s, Nike skateboarding adapted the Blazer silhouette and gave it a new life. Many skaters love the simple yet comfortable and grippy design of the Blazer. While the Thrashers dominated the street pavements, the Nike SB Blazer slowly gained traction in the SB world. 

In 2020, the Swoosh re-introduced the Blazer Low with a more retro style. The Blazer Low '77 Vintage is almost a 1 to 1 remake of its predecessor, added with a few details for a more retro style.

What's new?

To make it stand out from its equally famous ancestor, Nike added plush details on the Nike Blazer Low 77 Vintage. The Swoosh decided to add plush suede on the toe box and lateral side for a more premium look. To further enhance the cozy feel, this pair has an ultra supple collar for support and comfort. 


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