Nike Shoes On Sale has been one of the Swoosh’s foremost in-line lifestyle silhouettes over the past months, and now it’s set to release in a “Red Sketch” colorway. Yet another addition to the ever-expanding lineup of “Sketch” sneakers, the “Red Sketch” reworks an OG Blazer palette with its dashing doodled ornamentation.
A printed Nike Shoes For Men done up in hand-drawn style appears on both the lateral and medial quarter panels, dipping down ever so slightly into the tan suede mudguard. Heels offer the outline of a red Nike text graphic, tongue tags use a scrawled Swoosh-and-text embellishment, and Blazer-specific verbiage is dispersed across the upper as well. Each of these blurbs are done up in red, and range from “Nike Blazer Mid” on the lateral collar to “1977” — the year the Blazer first released — on the lateral forefoot and “Herringbone Design Outsole” with an arrow pointing down on the medial midsole.
All accents Nike Shoes Green atop a crisp and classic base. Uppers are composed of white leather, exposed foam tongues offer a slight yellowish tint, and more suede overlays are present on heel and mudguard alike. White rubber midsoles and the previously noted herringbone outsoles complete the look.
Last month, Nike delivered a vintage-inspired iteration of the Nike Blazer Mid 77 Vintage Cool Grey/White/Black in a bold snakeskin makeover. Now, Nike has opted for a more minimal rendition of the silhouette, giving the sneakers buttery soft vachetta leather uppers — “Light Patina” and “Dark Patina.”