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Nike Blazer Mid Canvas Trainer

Category : Nike

Nike is a brand that has become internationally renowned for footwear innovations, having brought success after success to the table over the last five decades of trade since it was founded as Blue Ribbon Sports in 1964.

Of all the trainers, the Blazer Mid Canvas Trainer carries the most history, having hit the courts in 1973 on the feet of George ‘The Iceman’ Gervin as an instant game changer in what would be a prominent swoosh canvas for years to follow. These are set to do exactly what it says out of the tin and blaze right out of the stores, so be sure not to sleep on these!

These stylish basketball trainers from Nike feature both textile and leather upper with Nike swoosh and Nike branding to heel. Please note, the sole is designed to look slightly yellow, it is not a fault.

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