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Nike Blazer the legend of the swoosh brand

Nike is an international brand that has dominated the world of basketball for years. Since its inception, the American equipment manufacturer has been developing models and constantly seeking new technologies to revolutionize the world of basketball. Originally developed for basketball, the Nike Blazer is one of the company's emblematic models that have marked the history of the sport and the brand. The Blazer was released in 1973 and preceded the Air Jordan. They were worn by George Gervin, nicknamed "The Iceman", before leaving the court to reach a wider audience. Today, a pair of Blazer is considered a true legend of the swoosh brand.

The Blazer, a classic

When the Blazer was created, basketball was not part of the brand's know-how, since Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman were athletics coaches. As a result, the pair had no special technology. To compete with Converse, in particular with the legendary Chuck Taylor All-Star, and to raise their profile, they designed the Nike Blazer Mid. This was the first Nike shoe designed specifically for basketball. Today, the Blazer sneaker has become a classic for everyone from collectors to basketball fans and skateboarders, on a par with the Air Force 1 or the Dunk.

The Blazer Nike pair is known for its timelessness and simple, perfectly balanced design. Since its use on the NBA floor, Nike has enhanced its model with a more comfortable EVA midsole. Since the 2000s, the pair has enjoyed a succession of collaborations. In 2014, Nike released a retro version in suede leather. The pair quickly became a huge success! Recently, the Swoosh brand released the Nike Blazer Mid 77, a retro pair with a suede upper and white leather!

The Blazer Mid , a pair of sneakers available in several styles

While the Nike Blazer sneaker is now available in a number of styles, it's the Mid '77 version that's winning all the acclaim. It was created a few years ago as a tribute to the only NBA championship won by the Portland Trail Blazers in 1977. The pair features suede inserts above the toe box and at the base of each side panel. The success of the Blazer Mid '77 Flyleather Ruohan Wang proves the point. In terms of collaborations, the most notable is with Chitose Abe's Sacai label, with the Nike Sacai Blazer High White Black Legend Blue.

How does Nike Blazer fit?

In addition to the quality fit, Nike Blazer basses are renowned for their normal fit. The Limited Resell team advises you to choose your usual size, so you can make the most of the comfort of this pair of sneakers.