A Nike collection to commemorate its founder’s heroic service
FOOTWEAR Published: May 24, 2019 Updated: May 29, 2019  |  WORDS: Staff

Here’s how you can cop the highly sought after Nike x Sacai Blazer Mid

The Nike x Sacai Blazer Mid is officially dropping on May 30. But, getting your hands on a pair might take some work.

A Nike collection to commemorate its founder’s heroic service

Here’s everything you need to know to get a fair chance at copping this coveted collaboration sneaker.

From the doubled elements to the interesting mix of colors, the collaboration between Nike and Sacai has gotten a lot of well-deserved hype. The first drop from the collection – the Nike x Sacai LDWaffle Daybreak – currently goes for at least double its retail price on Stockx.com. And we’re guessing we will see this as well with the upcoming Nike x Sacai Blazer Mid, which combines two of Nike’s celebrated models – the Dunk and Blazer Mid. Find out how you can get your hands on these in Singapore below.

A Nike collection to commemorate its founder’s heroic service

The Nike x Sacai Blazer Mid will arrive in two colorways, yellow/navy and black/blue, on May 30. You can register for the online raffle at UK-based multi-brand retailer END now, where the sneakers are priced at S$335 each. But local pairs will retail for a lot cheaper, at S$219. Try your luck through DSM Singapore’s online raffle, which opens for a 24-hour period from Monday, May 27 at 5pm, after which, winners will be able to purchase the sneaker in-store on May 30. If all else fails, you can always camp out on DSMS E-Flash which will drop the sneaker online on a first-come-first-served basis. Hit the links below for quick access to cop.

Where to buy:
END Launches (online raffle), DSM Singapore (online raffle for store purchase), DSMS E-Flash (online release)

Do you think Nike and Sacai have produced the best sneaker of the year so far? Let us know in the comments below.

All images: DSM Singapore

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