Verdict from 12 user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • The majority of the critics conveyed that the Nike Blazer Low LX is quite a comfortable shoe.
  • Multiple reviewers praised the design of the shoe, saying it looks really “cute.”
  • A couple of buyers loved the details of the sneaker as they said that the pony hair detailing looks cool.
  • One consumer is satisfied with the “very adjustable laces” of the Nike Blazer Low LX.
  • A couple of users were appreciative of the heel padding of the sneaker.
  • A few of the buyers enjoyed the compliments they were getting every time they wear the shoe.
  • Some of the reviewers said that the shoe has great
  • One of the consumers noted that the sneaker has no break-in period.
  • A buyer can choose from the multiple colorways offered for this low-top shoe.
  • The Nike Blazer Low LX is offered at a budget-friendly price.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One of the reviewers pointed out that the toe cap of the Nike Blazer Low LX with velvet material is hard to clean.
  • A couple of buyers noted that the shoe might run too big.
  • One consumer claimed that the sneaker fits narrow on foot.

Bottom line

A refined update given to the classic Nike Blazer Low silhouette, this kick delivers detailed style and quality performance. The Nike Blazer Low LX brings out the femininity of the shoe with its chic appeal yet without sacrificing the comfort. 

Although difficulty in cleaning the shoe may occur due to the materials used for its construction, it didn’t hold back many from getting themselves a pair.

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Good to know

Featuring the traditional lace-up closure system, the Nike Blazer Low LX offers a custom fit for the wearer. The Nike Blazer Low LX fits true to size. However, it may run large, therefore, going down in size may be applicable.

The Nike brand successfully gave a feminine touch on the Nike Blazer Low sneaker and offered a ruggedly chic version of it. The Nike Blazer Low LX delivers a clean and sleek appearance that brings out the femininity of the classic sneaker. This low-top shoe also portrays a flexible characteristic that enables it to be a wise choice as a finish for a variety of outfits for different occasions.

The Nike Blazer Low LX displays the timeless image of the Nike Blazer Low sneaker with detailed updates on its upper construction such as leather, pig leather, textile, and velvet materials, mainly depending on the colorway. A Chenille 3D Swoosh is also featured on the sides on a specific colorway of the shoe. A white midsole gives a clean finish on the design of the low-top sneaker.

A few years after Beaverton-based sneaker company officially carried the name, “Nike,” which it is now famously known, it introduced a basketball shoe that will become one of its most iconic classic silhouettes. It was in the year 1972 that the Nike Blazer first saw the light of day. It was the American Basketball Team, the Portland Trail Blazers that the classic took its name from. The shoe was first worn by George Gervin who was known as “The Iceman.”

The construction of the Nike Blazer didn’t feature any advanced technology, yet its design became one of the most recognizable silhouettes and remained classic up to the present day. The original version of the Nike Blazer features a canvas high-top profile then it became the mid-top Blazer with a leather upper. Another variation for the shoe also came with a low-top profile which is now commonly known as the Nike Blazer Low.

Different material iterations were made on the Blazer silhouette, and different versions of the Nike Blazer were released. One of these versions of the sneaker is the women’s Nike Blazer Low LX. The materials used for the shoe vary on the date of release and by its colorway.

  • The Nike Blazer Low LX presents the autoclave construction which offers lightweight comfort.
  • A rubber outsole is featured, giving off durable traction.
  • The low-top shoe comes with flat laces.
  • Subtle Nike branding on the tongue of the shoe.


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