Nike Sets Up A Blazer Mid ’77 Made From Recycled Materials For Their Move To Zero

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Back in 2019, Nike introduced us to its Move to Zero Series. The goal was simple, reduce the number of carbon emissions it produces by 2030. Continuing its eco-friendly journey, Nike is releasing a Blazer Mid ’77 made from recycled materials.

Dressed in a navy-white upper, the pair is constructed with recycled materials on the Swoosh, lateral, and ankles. Other details include white laces and Nike branding on the tongue and heel. Wrapping up the design is a recycled rubber grind sole unit and volt inserts.

However, release details are hazy for now but, expect this silhouette to hit the e-shelves at Nike and select retailers for $100. In the meantime, check out the latest images below. Before you jet, hit up our sneaker release page for news and updates on all your favorite brands. Until next time, keep it locked here at Nice Kicks.

Nike Blazer Mid ’77

Colorway: Armory Navy / White / Summit White
Style #: DH4505-400
Release Date: 2021
Price: $100

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