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Lance Mountain’s English Rose Featured on Nike SB Blazer.

After 2014’s mismatched Jordan 1 collab—inarguably one of the best shoes of the year—and last year’s rainbow swoosh Blazer Mid, Nike and prolific artist/OG skateboarding great Lance Mountain have joined forces again for another Nike Blazer collaboration. The shoe features an upper constructed of faded light blue suede reminiscent of a well-worn pair of denim, while accents arrive via the large white Swoosh and a bold embroidered English rose on the heel collar, inspired by Mountain’s English father. The shoe’s look is completed by a stately white midsole/gum outsole, and a Mountain-designed Nike SB stencil logo arrives on the sockliner for a little extra collaborative goodness.

Source: Sneakernews

Nike Blazer LX Low

The Nike Blazer LX Low Women’s is proof that the brand’s heat isn’t exclusive to the Men’s section. The Blazer returns to us as one of the most recognizable sections of Swoosh history. Here, in its most recent rendition, we see it take on a new set of colorways along with some added touches of luxury. From historic to hype-worthy, the Blazer continues to be an unquestioned banger.

This latest drop comes in three smooth looks. Each of them comes with a different take on the base materials. For variety, you’ll get to choose from different iterations that sport velvet, pigskin suede, or leather. This shoe’s loud upper is in contrast with the minimalist approach to the rest of the design. The midsole contains your basic foam shock-absorption. Underneath this is a standard rubber outsole for grip and traction. Considering the shoe’s history, none of these features is surprising.

Available in Particle Pink, Burgundy Crush, and Smokey Mauve, the styling potentials for these gems is limited only by your imagination. Aside from the visual appeal, the materials on each of these iterations is also very practical as the cold of Winter approaches.

Due out on November 2nd, make sure you don’t miss out on these premium Blazers!