Blaze trails in the Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid Premium. This rebuilt classic overlays durable suede and classic canvas with zig-zag stitching that's inspired by classic hiking footwear. Webbing pull straps, a felted collar and rope laces complete the look.
323a756b-7930-4140-887c-331c3c39c916 - 28 Feb 2022
Overall really well designed and attractive shoes.
JamesL309390316 - 27 Feb 2022
I absolutely love these shoes. I was never a big fan of previous blazers, but the colour ways and materials caught my eyes. They feel really premium and look great on foot or on display on the shelf. I went for the blues but am really tempted to go some of the other colour ways. They may be more comfortable than my AF1’s. Only thing I’d note is getting them on is a bit of a faff as you need to loosen the laces to fit your foot in, but what do you expect when buying a lace up mid? This shoe has really changed my opinion on blazers.
Brad - 15 Feb 2022
Big Nike shoe fan here. I’ve always liked Nike footwear, whether casual, running, golf, etc. These shoes certainly don’t disappoint in terms of style and sacrifice only a bit in terms of comfort. Absolutely love the style and woodland-sequel color theme of these and fit perfectly together into my style for west Michigan winters. There are two lace options that they give you which is a fun perk (black/white vs orange); I’ve left one of each for the first few wears as it’s mostly been around the house but love them both. In terms of comfort, they fit pretty well on me but do seem to run a bit more narrow throughout the foot. Definitely not a slip on shoe as you really need to loosen the laces to get them on, but an extra 30 seconds isn’t going to ruin my attitude towards this pair of shoes. They stay comfortable throughout the day but don’t offer a whole lot of breathability, though I’m sure that’s in line with most shoes of this style. I haven’t had any foot pain or discomfort after wearing which is always a good sign as I can be a bit picky. Functionally, these seem to be a pretty durable shoe. The thick rubber soles are great for walking through some water or a bit of snow on the ground so I don’t need to worry about getting soaked. Obviously not going to be wearing these for anything other than casual purposes but I don’t think there’s an expectation of much more than that when buying this type of shoe. As mentioned, the few cons of this shoe are ease of putting on, breathability, and width (if you have wider feet). Again, though, this is a durable shoe that won’t soak up a puddle and looks absolutely awesome. I’d highly recommend the Nike SB Zoom Blazer.