Nike Adds Recycled Panels to the New Customizable Blazer Mid Vintage ‘77 3M™ By You
- by Nick Demaria
- November 16, 2020
The Nike Blazer is one of the oldest sneakers in the outlet’s history dating back to 1973. The latest Blazer model emerges in the form of a Mid ‘77 clad in an understated colorway.
Currently Available at Nike.com for $120
It seems like Nike’s “Move to Zero” campaign has reached the Blazer Mid ‘77. The new customizable look provides a warm update for winter. Buyers can select one of the six colorways or create their own look by customizing every single element of the shoe. Dive into uniqueness and details with the textured synthetic material, leather, and Scotchlite™ technology for that unique look.
Customize your Blazer Mid Vintage ‘77 3M
When you are customizing your Blazer Mid Vintage ‘77 3M shoes you get to choose from up to 20 base colors and materials and 33 different swoosh colors/materials.
Every single part of the shoe is customizable, from the outsole to the tongue tag, so you can create a truly unique colorway to fit your style.
The Black/Smoke Gray/Electric Green Model
As already mentioned, every part of the shoe could be customized online. However, Nike is offering pre-manufactured colorways. The silhouette features an upper predominately constructed from leather. The lateral forefoot and toe top indulge a contrasting suede material and a “Smoke Grey” tone. The stitching deviates from the muted palette with its “Electric Green” color, which also animates the medial sides and branding on the tongue. Of course, the most notable detail is the material underneath the lateral swoosh, which resembles debris.
Here are some snapshots of the builder