2020 New Drop Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Eggplant DB9965-100

2020 New Drop Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Eggplant DB9965-100


As early as the end of July, I brought you the news of the COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Blazer Mid exclusive to Naomi Osaka. The outside of the toe and the shoe body connecting the midsole is also covered with suede, and the Swoosh Logo and heel patch are presented in leather. In the design, you can see the full-page printed words "Naomi Osaka / COMME des GARÇONS / HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS" are injected on both sides of the shoe body, and the black handwritten signature on the outside once again symbolizes identity and conveys the concept.

After catering to the debut of Air Jordan 35, the trapeze began to pay attention to their newly discovered classic series again. Together with Jordan Reign and Jordan Delta, Jordan React Elevation will suddenly return with a resounding geometric pattern. Seems to be inspired by Fragment's many exhibitions earlier this month, the two used a palette of black, white and blue, and used it in most synthetic leather, suede and leather structures. Although neutral colors are the most visually dominant, the iconic royal tone quickly robbed the eye, because it not only appeared on the brand name brand of the heel, but also appeared on the focus print on the upper. The white is next to each other, and the shape is nondescript.

The Nike Blazer in mid-77 is not new, but on a recently launched children's sneaker, purple is not accompanied by "active fuchsia". Like some of the most beloved styles in the 1970s, the latest style is a “white” leather upper. The Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Eggplant comes from the light gray suede reinforcement on the toe tips and the outside of the forefoot, but the contoured Swoosh of the "eggplant" and the heel panel increase the stakes, the latter also advertises the "Royal Pulse" brand. The insole is characterized by the messages of "be you" (left) and "strong" (right), and the logo on the tongue is indulged in a vibrant pink tone. Three golden ornaments surround the child's midfielder jacket, and one of them reads this sentence: "I own my future."