Cork being used on sneakers is nothing new. We usually see it being used on insoles, and at times even used throughout the model’s upper, such as on the Air Max 90 or SB Dunk High. Today we give you a first look at the this Nike Blazer Low, which is the latest model to try cork on for size.
Previewed below, this Nike Blazer Low comes dressed in an all-White upper that is constructed in a mix of canvas and leather fabrics that happen to come from recycled materials. The White upper is then paired up with the cork detailing which is spotted on the tongues, heels, and insoles. Finishing details include Nike’s pinwheel logo on the medial heel and insoles, a solid White rubber sole and Black/Red Nike Air branding on the tongue tags.
There’s no release date yet, but this would definitely be a good option for the upcoming spring season. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Nike Blazer Low White Cork.
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