Blazer is one of the most iconic and recognizable silhouettes when it comes to Nike sneakers. Whether it's the low-cut Blazer Low or the medium height Blazer Mid variant, you get an original design, which was originally introduced on the basketball court in the early 70's, but which today functions as a stylish classic that never loses its relevance. The old-school look is noticeable with details like a vintage Swoosh on the side of the shoes, and on certain Nike Blazer styles, also the bare foam in the tongue, which not only adds a comfortable feeling but also even more authenticity to the design. The vulcanized sole construction unites the midsole and the outsole in a strong and durable construction, which is flexible and shock-absorbing, so you are guaranteed good comfort. The rubber sole is finished with a herringbone pattern, which is durable and adds a good grip on all types of surfaces. Depending on the given season and changing trends in the market, the Nike Blazer is launched in different materials and colors, where suede and leather are clearly the dominant quality materials when it comes to the upper, which always comes with sewn-on staffs, to increase durability. Although the Nike Blazer has been on the market for 50 years, they have acted as a canvas for collaborations with some of the world's biggest brands such as Supreme, Off-White and Comme des Garcons, which has taken the classic Blazer style to whole new heights where demand have largely followed suit. The Nike Blazer was named after the NBA team Portland Trail Blazers, who were some of the first to wear the shoes on the basketball court, where the technology in the shoes was revolutionary at the time.