A new collaboration between ACRONYM and Nike will be released in a few days. You can find all important release information about the acronym Nike Blazer Low Black in this article.
ACRONYM® founder Errolson Hugh focuses on functional designs, which he combines with a stylish, unrivaled high-tech aesthetic. For his latest collaboration with Nike, he chose the classic Blazer Low as the base model for his uncomplicated on-and-off style.
The tongue, lining and heel feature custom ACRONYM® logos and Hugh's signature ACRONYM® camouflage branding is featured throughout the sneaker, accentuating the Blazer Low's unique shape. The laser-cut camouflage ballistic nylon upper reflects his penchant for innovative designs.
For the first time, the Blazer features two removable TPU heel clips and a customizable dog tag, bringing a futuristic twist to heritage Nike style.
When can you buy the Acronym Nike Blazer Low Black ?
The Acronym x Blazer Black by Nike will be released on February 10, 2022 in the online stores listed here. The release starts punctually at 09:00, as we are used to with a Nike drop. Until then, we have a useful tip for you:
Get our free Dead Stock app on your smartphone and set a notification via the bell. This will remind you shortly before the release and you can strike directly at the drop. In addition, you have all raffles and shops at a glance in the app.
Where do I buy the Acronym Nike Blazer Low Black for retail?
You want to buy the black Acronym Nike Blazer for the retail price? Then you should definitely take part in all the raffles listed here. This is the only way you can win the right to buy the sneaker. You can find all raffles and stores in our release overview.
The black Acronym Blazer Low is currently only listed in the Nike SNKRS app. It is currently unclear whether the shoe will also be available from other retailers, such as Solebox. But you can be sure that we will link all shops here.
By the way, the item number of the low-top Acronym Blazer is DO9373-001. What the shoe will cost retail is still in the stars, but the sneaker will definitely be a little more expensive than a normal Blazer Low.
Otherwise, feel free to check our other social media channels so that you don't miss any information from the sneaker world. You should also check out our aforementioned free Dead Stock app if you haven't already considered it.