If you’re more of a white mid top kind of guy then we’ve got leather mid 77 blazers…with a snakeskin signature Nike Blazer Low For Sale logo design. Not real snakeskin (obviously) but the design on the logo gives the classic white trainer wearer a chance to have something a little different on his Nike Blazers. These designs have made their way onto some pretty big men’s trainer and niche fashion blog sites, so if they’re a great choice for you then you’ll be in great company.
Debuting during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany, the Nike Cortez Leather For Sale became an unmistakable icon, worn by team USA, as the first track shoe designed by Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman. Bowerman, an Olympic-class track coach himself, imagined a performance track shoe lighter and more comfortable than any other shoe available at the time. He felt that athletes needed a weatherproof and durable running shoe designed for distance, training, and road running. It was that simple idea that spawned the silhouette that became one of the most significant aspect to the success of Nike, Inc. Putting unprecedented cushioning under the fastest feet in the running world, and thriving with the urban scenes of Los Angeles, the Cortez quickly became the most popular training shoe in the country.
The Dunk Low For Sale is not a stranger to collaborations. Since this skateboarding edition of the classic Dunk debuted in 2002 there has been many, many collab models, and the hits are still coming. For their latest SB collab edition Nike teamed up with multimedia artist Thomas Campbell. Campbell, who was also the Art Director on Nike SB Chronicles Vol. 3., stayed true to his artwork and delivered a model that's hard to ignore. They feature a quilt-inspired design with an array of colors, designs, patterns, zig-zag stitching, gold accents on the tongue, and a gum outsole.