Size and fit

With Nike Blazer Low LE's premium leather upper, users can expect an accommodating fit as the material slowly stretches and follows the natural curves of the foot. Also, its traditional lacing system allows the wearers to customize the fit to their liking.

Nike Blazer Low LE Style

Look your best without calling too much attention to yourself when you wear the Limited Edition version of the Nike Blazer Low. This simple-yet-elegant sneaker comes in an all-white packaging that looks great with almost all kinds of casual outfits.

Ladies can wear this shoe with their favorite skinny jeans or boyfriend pants. On an extra special day, this shoe can also be worn with floral dresses or pleated skirts. Pairing the Nike Blazer Low LE women’s shoe with striped, straight-leg pants and a plain white top can definitely make heads turn.  

A variety of color combinations are available for the Nike Blazer Low LE. This includes the white/pistachio frost/bleached coral, black/white/gum light brown/black, and white/psychic blue/sunset colorways. 

Notable Features

This stunning basketball-inspired sneaker features a premium leather upper in a low-top construction. It comes with a durable rubber outsole that has herringbone patterns all over. Inside the Nike Blazer Low LE is a full-length sockliner, which promotes excellent cushioning and offers impact protection. 

The famous Swoosh logo found on both sides of the shoe is made of premium leather as well.

Nike Blazer Low LE History

Nike is a world-renowned brand that manufactures innovative shoes and apparel for athletes. It was founded by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight in 1964. The company was initially named Blue Ribbon Sports, and the Nike brand was officially launched in 1972.

  Nike endorsements and acquisitions

The brand began expanding and diversifying its product line sometime in the 1980s. It also acquired several other shoe companies, such as Cole Haan and Converse. Despite its numerous acquisitions, Nike still maintains its momentum of designing and manufacturing ingenious footwear for its market. 

Also, part of the brand’s success is due to its endorsements. Among its well-known endorsers are Mia Hamm, Roger Federer, Tiger Woods, and Michael Jordan. As the company grew larger, it has also gathered a considerable following among athletes and non-athletes alike. 

  The birth of Nike Blazer

One of the oldest sneakers from Nike is the Blazer. However, it was initially released as a high-top basketball shoe in the early 90s. The shoe was so famous that it was worn by the likes of George Gervin.

 With its easy-to-wear aesthetic, it has quickly captured the hearts of sneakerheads and skateboarders alike. The shoe has successfully transformed from being an on-court staple into becoming one of the most sought-after off-court shoes up until the present.

Throughout the years, Nike Blazer shoes have been featured in several collaborations and iterations. Nike has worked with a plethora of well-known personalities and companies in order to recreate this crowd-favorite model.

The OG Nike Blazer model has been recreated in more ways than one. First, it was a full-blown high-top basketball shoe that turned into a mid-top kick and finally transformed into one of the most recognized low-top sneakers in the industry today.

The Nike Blazer Low LE is one of the successful iterations from the line. It prides itself with the familiar low-top silhouette but with a couple of twists. This shoe comes in a premium all-leather upper with the addition of a full-length insole for excellent comfort and cushioning with every step.

Additional Info

  • The Nike Blazer Low LE is also available in white/rose gold colorway.
  • Spot clean this shoe using a soft cloth or brush to remove visible dirt and dust.

Facts / Specs

Base model: Nike Blazer Low
Style: Retro, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Nike Blazer
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, Vulc Sole

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.