Recently, Nike decided to revive the name of the Blazer Vintage 1977 – one of the Beaverton-based footwear brand’s original basketball shoe designs – in various forms. From the collaboration with Slam Jam, the Swoosh logo on the side of the shoe is upside down. This was followed by the “Pacific Blue” color scheme and now the “Hitsujibungaku” collection with bold Japanese culture.
Nike’s Nike By You custom platform, in collaboration with Japanese indie rock band Hitsujibungaku, offers a unique interpretation of the Blazer design. The three members of Hitsujibungaku primarily use canvas material on the Blazer Mid ’77 Vintage and Blazer Low ’77 Vintage models, applying unique brushstrokes, hidden details and personal touches to the suit’s design. this unique collection. Let’s explore these special sneakers with Storepc.
This collaboration resulted in four different versions of Blazer By You, each showing customization options from Hitsujibungaku’s By You series. The most notable feature of these versions is the ability to adjust the Swoosh logo: you can choose a standard dual style with separate Swoosh on the side and center panels, or a Swoosh style heel that wraps around the shoe from the side and finishes, or even a Swoosh logo, you can “Cut” for extra layering.
While there are currently no snapshots of the underside of the upper, a product description for Hitsujibungaku’s Blazers suggests they have a wavy “carpet-like material” that shows through when worn. normal. The upper is available in 13 color options, and the back of the tongue label also offers personalization options.
Hitsujibungaku’s Nike By You Blazer ’77 Vintage Mid and Blazer ’77 Vintage Low are now available at the Nike Japan Online Store. The premium version is priced at 14,300 yen (about $130), while the low-level version costs just 12,600 yen (about $115). Both prices include tax.
That’s the article introducing Nike By You’s Blazer ’77 collection with Japanese indie rock band Hitsujibungaku. Stay tuned to Storepc for the latest sneaker news.
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