With its minimalist look and classic materials, the Nike SB Blazer Court Mid Premium updates the retro hoops vibe for skating. Its reinforced ollie zone and flexible, grippy rubber help it last through your toughest sessions. The canvas upper with an ink stain Swoosh effect adds classic workwear appeal.
AlanaM - Aug 09, 2022
If you’re looking for a classic with a vibrant remix, this SB Blazer is for you. But if you’re looking for quick practicality in addition to the above, it might not be for you. For starters, the color and canvas design are both amazing, bright, light, and airy are the best way to describe this sneaker. However, I found the silhouette to run pretty small, at least 1 size too small to be exact. On top of that, the laces are pretty short, so if you’re one to lace all the way to the top, don’t expect to tie them too. The comfort is good with breathability due to the canvas build, I personally have flat feet and noticed there is no support but Blazers usually don’t so I wouldn’t expect it The full potential is there but sizing and lacing need to be fixed.
Tierra - Aug 08, 2022
These shoes are comfortable and I love using them for the gym. I like that they are flat which is really great for those lifting days; however, the are difficult to get on. I have to pull hard to get my foot in due to shoe being a bit narrow, but still great shoes for the style and comfort. My favorite thing about these blazers are that you can where them anywhere and do anything These shoes are comfortable and I love using them for the gym. However, the are difficult to get on. I have to pull hard to get my foot in due to shoe being a bit narrow, but still great shoes for the style and comfort. My favorite thing about these blazers is the versatility, you can where them anywhere and do anything in them. Also match with a lot of outfits and add a little aesthetic to a lazy look!
bails - Aug 07, 2022
Okay, so I love these shoes for the color and the style, and the fact that they make my ankles look really thin for once, so for my narrow-footed friends, I’d definitely recommend. With that being said, they run very small and are very tight on wide feet. If you have wider than average feet or flat feet, either size up a whole size or buy a different style of Nikes. While I’d love to wear these for long distances, I just don’t think they’ll be comfortable over a long period of time.