Purchase Nike Blazer

The Buy Nike Blazer classic vulc-sole construction lends itself to simple colorways, and Nike Sportswear's Vintage series has perfected an understated formula that simultaneously provides a versatile anchor to your wardrobe and suggests an infinite range of possible applications.  The latest to feature the ‘suede n Sail' combo are these two Nike Blazer Low VNTG releases, rose and royal blue pairs whose colored tongues reflect one of the few minor changes we've seen in this line in recent months.

Nike Sportswear's VNTG Nike Blazer on Sale series dominates the Sneaker News ‘Vintage' category, and so long as satisfying new styles are as simple to create as this new pair, the Blazer will stay atop the old school standings. The first Nike Basketball silhouette shows off its sleeker side with the Vintage Nike Blazer Low coming through with the familiar Sail Swoosh, laces and slightly pre-yellowed vulc sole.

With one each for men and women, the Purchase Nike Blazer went in an interesting new direction this spring.  Those two pairs offered their Swooshes in the form of perforations that completely pierce the uppers to reveal your feet/socks, and now this motif has carried over to a new Blazer Low from Nike Sportswear.  These joints feature the same color and material blocking including a nubby woven textile on the eyelets, tongue and toe plus a smooth-walled white vulcanized sole.  They mix red and white for a crisp and vibrant look, of which you can see more photos after the jump.

The Nike Blazer Sneakers goes nautical this summer with a bold pinstriped makeover. Utilizing the classic sailor look, Nike Sportswear outfits the Blazer in a navy and white pinstriped upper with red laces for the classic French sailor look. Adding to the theme is a compass on each heel. This quickstrike Nike Blazer release is hitting in Asia now, and should sail on over to the States later this summer.

Fresh off that "Camo Swoosh" Nike Blazer for Men and Women, the silhouette returns with that interesting yet faint floral pattern. On the previous shoe, the Blazer opted to stand out thanks to the military print, but lingering throughout the upper was a faded fauna aesthetic that now moves to the University Red Swoosh, heel and tongue while a casual black suede finishes off this pair. Not quite a holiday reference, but festive enough, we're still waiting on an announcement of when this Nike Blazer Mid pair arrive at store shelves.