Update: February 7, 1 pm (Singapore time)
Turns out you can further customize the Acronym x Nike Blazer low – all you need is a 3D printer. Acronym partnered with sneaker retailer, Solebox to create custom 3D-printed alternative clips for the heel of their upcoming Blazer. Attendees could create anything from glittery teeth to extra-large Swooshes that can be clipped onto the heel of the sneaker. Simple at the first glance, the new heel structure on the Acronym Blazer Low offers limitless potential for customization and personalization.
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Model: Acronym x Nike Blazer Low
Drop date: February 10
The duo is back with an outlandish spin on a classic Nike silhouette. For the first time since 2018, Acronym popped up back in the news when leaks of an Acronym x Nike Blazer Low surfaced. Now we have confirmation that the Acronym Blazer Low is dropping in Singapore on February 10.
The Acronym Blazer sports a dystopian, techwear redesign. The sneaker arrives with removable heel clips that look like they are right out of a Gundam model kit while the upper sports rips that mirror a worn-out look. Plus the combination of bold colors really homes in the futuristic look.
This is the first time Acronym is working on the Blazer Low. The brand has worked on the coveted Air Vapormax and Presto Mid in previous collabs with Nike, but their latest work is sure to catch the eyes of techwear fans.
The Acronym Blazer Low is currently listed on the SNKRS app. The shoe drops on February 10 and retails at S$219.