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The Nike Blazer Mid Vintage ’77 Is Also Appearing With Blue Swoosh Logos

As the old adage states, “you can’t beat a classic,” and the Nike Blazer is nothing if not that. Its clean silhouette is both timeless and inherently on-trend — perhaps why it’s been both tapped as a collaborative centerpiece by everyone from Virgil Abloh to Slam Jam to Sacai — and has found a firm spot in the rotation of sneakerheads the world over. Now, Nike is tapping the Blazer’s 1977 genesis for several vintage-treated models, the latest of which to surf…

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Slam Jam Flips the Swoosh on Nike’s Blazer With Exclusive “Class 1977″

Part of Slam Jam’s Pitti Uomo 30th Anniversary collaborations, the Italian company has partnered with Nike for an exclusive take on the Blazer. Dubbed the “Class 1977,” embossed text on the ankles drives the retro inspiration home, with clean white uppers and midsoles making for an understated take on th…

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The Nike Air Max 1 Gets Oversized Jewel Swoosh Logos And Tongue Labels

Jewel swooshes used to be heavily prominent throughout Nike’s many offerings, seeing quite a few uses on silhouettes like the Soulland x Dunk Hi and Air Force 1, though none are as memorable as the Air Max 1 variations. Calling back to a time that may be long forgotten by newcomer sneakerheads, the usually minuscule execution is found scaled up on an upcoming trio of AM1s, repurposing the iconic logo in what is a continuation of Beaverton’s play on branding. Each of the three colo…

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Nike Brings Back Chromed Jewel Swoosh Logos For These Holiday Air Force 1s

Chromed out Jewel Swooshes are inarguably one of the most revered embellishments added to Nike models the likes of the Air Force 1 and the Air Max 1. Set to return just in time for the change of seasons, these Faded Spruce and Team Red versions of the Air Force 1 Low give off some serious Christmas vibes. Clearly highlighted by metallic silver jewel-sized Swooshes, both offerings also opt for a remixed AIR logo that comes devoid of any flashy Beaverton branding. Semi-translucent, milky outsol…

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Nike Gets Swoosh Happy With This Unique Take On The Cortez

First introduced to the market all the way back in 1972, the Nike Cortez has gone on to become one of the most recognizable footwear silhouettes in the world. The low-profile look, affordable price point, and ridged outsole are still popular today, and now the Cortez has been released with a plethora of extra Swoosh embellishments. The shoe is constructed of a standard black leather with white branding and detailing, but the detailing is not simple by any means. Apart from the large midfoot S…

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Nike’s Air Force 1 ’07 LV8 “Muted Bronze” Gets a Chenille Swoosh Touch

Upon releasing the modern Air Force 1 07 LV8 in “White/University Red” and “Blue Void” earlier this year with a chenille Swoosh, Nike continues to push the letterman detail onto more iterations.

Now, the familiar silhouette gets draped in a tonal muted bronze colorway that embraces the entire suede …

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Have We Ever Seen A Nike Swoosh Like This?

One of Nike Sportswear’s major themes in 2018 has been taking its icons and adding new-look logos, or re-inventing old ones for new and creative aesthetics. That continues with these two Air Max 1s, that utilize a brand new embroidered Swoosh on this women’s exclusive premium selection. Just like the primarily black pair shown last week, these Wheat  and Guava Ice varieties usher in a striped midfoot Swoosh that looks as if the sneaker is constantly in motion. Other premium deta…

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Supreme And COMME des Garcons Split The Nike Swoosh In Half

Streetwear titans, Supreme and Comme des Garcons, are set to embark on a collaborative effort on one of the most iconic Nike silhouettes of all time – the Air Force 1 Low. Having recently done individual collaborations on a number of Nike sneakers the likes of the Air Force 1 High, and the Air 180, these two top shops have all the experience needed to put forth a notable effort. On the new offering you see here, Supreme and CDG took the brand’s historic Swoosh and cut it in half, …

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