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Nike SB Blazer Mid British Tan – 864349 202

$85.00

CLASSIC PERFORMANCE AND STYLE.

 

A heritage Nike shoe tailored to the needs of the modern skateboarder, the Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid features Zoom Air cushioning and a flexible rubber outsole for great boardfeel and traction.

 

Benefits

  • Zoom Air unit in the sockliner delivers responsive cushioning.
  • Mid-top silhouette helps enhance ankle support.
  • Vulcanized construction offers flexibility and a low-to-the-ground fit.
  • Tacky rubber outsole with herringbone pattern gives you multidirectional traction.

 

Product Details

  • Leather or leather/textile depending on color
  • Shown: Black/White/White/White
  • Style: 864349-002

 

Blazer Origins

The Blazer was introduced by Nike in 1972 and has since transformed into a modern style staple. Maturing from a simple canvas high top to a leather mid top and casual low top, this shoe just gets better with age.

Custom Kwue Molly x Nike SB Janoski – Size 7

$100.00

This pair of Nike SB Janoski Lows were customized by NYC Street Artist & TA General Kwue Molly. The pair shown is 80% Completed. Once you decide on your shoe size & style, Kwue will complete the shoes like the ones shown in the gallery. Each Pair is custom & unique 1 of 1.

Nike SB Dunk Low Porcelain – CJ6884 100

$100.00

INSPIRED BY SPORT, CRAFTED FOR COMFORT.

Inspired by the classic basketball shoe from 1985, the Nike SB Dunk Low Premium Men’s Skateboarding Shoe features a premium suede upper, and a responsive Nike Zoom Air unit to help cushion hard landings.

 

BENEFITS

  • Sockliner contains a Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel for responsive cushioning
  • EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
  • Solid rubber outsole for traction and durability
  • Forefoot pivot circle delivers multidirectional grip

 

NIKE DUNK ORIGINS

Be true—to your school colors, to your school of thought. That’s been the ethos driving the Nike Dunk since it launched in 1985. Back then, seven college basketball teams broke an unwritten rule and matched their Dunks to their uniforms. A riot of color ensued, and the Nike Dunk has been a symbol of individual expression ever since. Players, skaters and collectors picked up on the shoe and continue to influence it today.