Forty Percent Against Rights’ Nike SB Blazer Low Emerges in a Second “Light Tan” Colorway

Forty Percent Against Rights’ latest project with Nike, the SB Blazer Low, first leaked earlier this Fall in a smooth grey colorway. Now, as we inch closer to the release, the FPAR Blazer Low has appeared in a new “Light Tan” color scheme.

Tetsu Nishiyama’s Forty Percent Against Rights lit up the Nike Sb community with its 2019 Dunk collaboration, infusing elements of the Air Jordan 5 & 6 to create something entirely new. Now, the Japanese designer’s skate-inspired label has reunited with the SB team, this time transforming the classic SB Blazer Low into a tonal masterpiece. The upcoming shoe first surfaced several months ago, showing off a steel grey pair of the Blazer SB covered in FPAR detailing. Now, a second colorway has emerged just days before the shoes are set to drop later this month. This time around, the Forty Percent Against Rights’ Blazer surfaces in a “Light Tan” color scheme, mirroring the neutral tones of the previous grey pair. Similar to its twin, this look mixes shades of brown and tan to achieve the tonal look, adding FPAR branding to the tongues and lace jewels.


The latest project from Forty Percent Against Rights and Nike SB, the Blazer Low in two tonal colorways, has now been announced to release in the United Kingdom later this month, on December 20th. While there is still no official date for a stateside release, we expect them to drop sometime in the following weeks. The new “Light Tan” colorway, seen here, will likely carry the same

FPAR x Nike SB Blazer Low
Release Date: December 20th, 2021
Price: TBA
Style Code: DN3754-200

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