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More sacai x Nike Blazer Lows are Arriving This Summer

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Luis Torres

Nike and Chitose Abe’s sacai continue to roll out the hits. The Japanese luxury fashion label and the Swoosh have garnered the attention of sneakerheads and fashionistas all over as the “two of everything” ethos has ushered in a new wave of hype. Following the release of the “Magma Orange” and “Classic Green” colorways, another set of sacai x Nike Blazer Lows are arriving in the upcoming weeks.

The “British Tan” and “Iron Grey” colorways surface as more fall-ready iterations of the collaborative Blazer Low are primed to set the tone for the rest of the year. Like every previous sacai collaboration, two Swooshes, midsoles, laces, tongues, and overlays preside on the construction. The “British Tan” color with its university red hits and its contrasting and simply executed “Iron Grey” version with its washed-like black upper create a set that has something for everyone.

The “Iron Grey” releases on July 31, while the “British Tan” colorway releases on August 10. Although unconfirmed, both pairs are expected to release on SNKRS and select retailers for $120. As always, our sneaker monitors and release day strategy will have members ready for drop day.

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