BLAZER MID '77 - DEEP ROYAL BLUENIKE
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Nike Sportswear’s “First Use” collection has recently added another style to its roster by way of a Nike Blazer Mid ’77 clad in “Deep Royal Blue”.
Nike officially trademarked its Swoosh logo on June 18th, 1971. To celebrate the Swoosh’s 50th anniversary, Nike Sportswear is releasing a “First Use” collection of footwear that includes over a dozen styles and spans across various models such as the Dunk High, Blazer Mid ’77, Air Force 1, Air Max 90, Blazer Low, and VaporMax EVO.
Unlike a previously-seen iteration of the once-basketball-court-classic, the forthcoming pair indulges in a soft suede construction throughout its upper, not leather. Swooshes, however, maintain their mismatched arrangement, with medial ones boasting a perfect composition in “White”; by comparison, lateral side logos are applied in a vintage style, sporting a less-refined shape. A nod to the first use of the Carolyn Davidson-designed mark appears right below the swoosh: June 18, 1971. Elsewhere, hits of “Orange” enter the mix on the tongue and heel, both donning old school “nike” branding. An all-“White” sole unit rounds out the pair.
Color: Deep Royal Blue - White - Orange
Style: DC3433 - 400