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Nike SB Blazer

The original Nike Blazer was introduced back in 1973. It was a relatively simple, straightforward basketball shoe that featured a leather upper, a nylon tongue, and a rubber midsole. It fell out of favor among many basketball players throughout the 1980s and 1990s, but it experienced a reemergence in 2005 when it became a part of the Nike Skateboarding, or Nike SB, sub-line. Skateboarder Lance Mountain helped usher in a new era of the Blazer by introducing the world to the Nike SB Blazer.

Outside of having a skateboarder endorse the Nike SB Blazer to make it more appealing to other skateboarders across the country and world, Nike also made many adjustments to it to make it a more skater-friendly shoe. They incorporated Zoom Air technology into it to provide it with more cushioning, and they also added a padded collar to it and even made the midsole thicker than it was previously. The result was a skate sneaker that both looked good and performed well when skaters pushed it to its limits.

Since then, Nike has collaborated with a variety of brands to help continue to change the Blazer’s image. From Stüssy and Supreme to Off-White and Sacai, Nike hasn’t been shy about lending the Nike SB Blazer silhouette to those companies that they think can improve upon it and make it even more culturally relevant. Nike has also perfected the Nike SB Blazer in-house by taking chances with it and creating options like the Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid Premium Floral Paisley Boarder Blue.

StockX can help you slide your feet into a pair of Nike SB Blazer sneakers. Get a look at just how far this sneaker has come over the years here.

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