Nike Blazer Mid 77 First Use Royal Blue DC3433-400

Release Date:  Thu 24 Jun 2021   8:00 AM GMT

£ 90

Style Code: DC3433-400

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So far, we gave you the details of multiple Swoosh “First Use.” This Nike Blazer Mid 77 First Use Royal...Read More

So far, we gave you the details of multiple Swoosh “First Use.” This Nike Blazer Mid 77 First Use Royal Blue joins right on time! It seems like the Nike team is focusing on either blue or white palettes for this theme since we saw several releases donning blue or white. However, the Air Force 1 First Use Red is, of course, a head-turner in the rotation. The backstory of this design is the first-ever Nike swoosh designed and used by Carolyn Davidson in 1971. It’s been 50 years, and the logo is instantly recognisable for everyone fluent in sneaker language!

What are the other releases showing off the Swoosh legacy? Apart from the Blazer Mid 77 line-up, there’s White Orange ready to drop anytime from Air Force 1 with this Royal Blue. On the other hand, the AM 90 Signal Blue, AF 1 Low University Blue, or Red. Unfortunately, the Swoosh team still hasn’t updated a fixed date. But we can expect it to drop in the coming few weeks. After all, the first date the Swoosh was ever used was on June 18, and June is almost here. Follow us on @FastSoleUK so that you don’t miss out.

Taking a different route for construction this time, the Blazer Mid 77 looks like it’s ready for every challenge that comes your way! For example, the premium leather walls are absent here. Instead of leather, this boot wears suede all over, including the toe guard, eyelets, and side flaps. And on top of everything, the entire boot shows off the regal aesthetics of Royal Blue in a monochromatic way, except for the branding and the collar. The leather collar counter pops with bright orange and shows off the yellow Nike embroidery.

The iconic Swoosh on the lateral side is just a white outline with the text “First use June 18, 1971.” But the medial Swoosh is a solid filled-in white. Likewise, the tongue label and the Blazer Mid underfoot wear white. Finally, a metallic gold Swoosh deubre on the midfoot finishes off the design.

Nike Blazer Mid 77 First Use Royal Blue its the stores on June 24th via listed UK and European retailers.

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