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Skate Shoes Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid Safety Orange

The 1970s icon has been redesigned for skateboarding.

Originally designed for basketball in 1973, they quickly became skaters' favourite shoes all over the world, which is one of the reasons why the Blazer model will never go out of style.

Its Mid top design honours the tradition and heritage of the 1970s while providing great flexibility and a significant weight reduction.

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  • Nike Icon created specifically for skateboarding.
  • The Nike Zoom Air in the heel provides exceptional cushioning.
  • The sole is made of vulcanised rubber, which provides flexibility and excellent traction.
  • The rubber tip improves durability.

Technical specifications


The combination of leather and suede ensures long-lasting durability.
Low upper last for a comfortable fit that wraps around the ankle.
Traditional cords for a great fit.
The rubber foot improves in order to increase durability.


Sockliner with a Zoom Air unit integrated in the heel for added cushioning and shock absorption.


A vulcanised outsole is fused to the upper for an aerodynamic appearance and low profile fit.
A solid, unmarked, spike-shaped rubber sole provides both simplicity and excellent traction.
The sole core is honeycomb-patterned for weight reduction and flexibility.

The Nike Blazer

Nike introduced the Nike Blazer model in 1973.

The Nike Blazer basketball shoe, easily identified by its large Swoosh (Nike logo), was designed to be recognisable and eye-catching. They relied on basket star George Gervin, dubbed "Iceman," for their launch. From its inception to the present, it has been a resounding success.

The technical characteristics of this shoe make Skaters of all nationalities use them. That's why Nike SB incorporated a number of features into the Blazer, which has proven to be extremely popular in the skateboarding community.