Nike Is Honoring The Rock & Roll Scene With This Nike Blazer Mid

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Throughout the years, the Nike Blazer Mid has been at the forefront of various subcultures. Originally designed for the hardwood, the silhouette became adopted by the rock and roll scene. Now, Nike is honoring one of its earliest adopters with the Nike Blazer Mid “Cleveland Rocks.” 

The Nike Blazer Mid comes in an all-black distressed canvas upper paired with canvas mudguards. Building materials aside, the silhouette comes in a rocked-out fashion honoring the city of Cleveland that is home to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Other details include traditional Nike branding on the medial side, tongue, and heel. Highlighting the pair is a Nike Check set ablaze with “CLE” and “216” stamped on the insole. Finishing up the iteration is an all-white rubber sole. 

For now, release details remain a mystery, so instead, check out the images below of the Nike Blazer Mid “Cleveland Rocks” available in the coming weeks at Nike and select retailers. Until then, lock into our sneaker release page for the latest updates on upcoming drops.

Nike Blazer Mid “Cleveland Rocks”

Style #: DQ7635-001

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