Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid Black Skate Shoes
Seventy icon reengineered for skateboarding.
Originally designed for basketball in 1973, Skater's favorite shoes quickly became the world's most popular, which is one of the reasons why the blazer model will never be unfashioned.
Its Mid profile design takes cues from '70s Heritage shoes and provides flexibility and traction for great boardfeel.
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- Zoom Air unit in heel of sockliner provides low-profile cushioning.
- Vulcanized construction offers flexibility and excellent grip.
- Rubber toe tip enhances durability.
Combination of leather and suede offers durability.
Mid cut collar for a natural fit and comfort around the ankle.
Traditional lacing for a locked-down fit.
Rubber toe tip enhances durability.
Sockliner with a built-in Zoom Air unit in the heel for additional cushioning and low-profile impact absorption.
Traditional vulcanized construction fuses the outsole to the upper for a streamlined look and a low-to-the-ground fit.
Non-marking, solid rubber outsole in a herringbone pattern for excellent traction and boardfeel.
The interior of the rubber outsole is cored out in a honeycomb pattern for weight reduction and flexibility.
In 1973 Nike launched the Nike Blazer model.
Nike Blazer basketball shoe who is easily recognizable by its huge Swoosh (Nike logo) was designed to be recognizable and eye-catching. For their launch they counted with Basketball star George Gervin called "Iceman". It was a resounding success from the moment of its launch until today.
Technical features of this shoe made Skaters of all nationalities use them. That is why Nike SB has added a number of features to the Blazer, which have been highly appreciated in the world of skateboarding.