It is no secret that Nike likes to re-release shoes. And why shouldn’t they if the original pair did well?
The Nike Blazer was originally released in 1973 as a basketball shoe. Despite Nike being a young brand at the time, their shoes did more than good - mainly thanks to the exposure given to them by the NBA star George “The Iceman” Gervin.
It wasn’t until 2005 that the brand decided to release Nike Blazer SB as part of their Nike SB (Skateboarding) sub-brand and market it towards skateboarders instead of basketball players. The new version included new features, such as padded collars and insoles, in which they used their Zoom Air technology.Nike Blazer SB is lightweight and durable to provide you with the ultimate comfort. Whether you prefer low-cut or high-cut shoes, you’ll be able to find something for yourself, as Nike Blazer SB comes in both versions. The same goes for color - whatever your preferred aesthetic is, you should have no problem finding a pair of shoes that will suit it just fine.