Forty Percent Against Rights and Nike SB are gearing up for another project together, once again crafting a tonal colorway of a beloved Nike SB silhouette. This time around, the Blazer Low goes under the knife, adding elements like snakeskin for a luxurious finish.

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. While details surrounding the upcoming project are scarce, we have a very good luck at the collaboration thanks to some early images from an anonymous Instagram user. The upcoming FPAR x Nike SB Blazer begins with a solid grey suede base layer, reinforced by by a lighter grey suede lacing system, as well as plenty of snakeskin along the tongues, swooshes, and feather edge overlays. Both insoles and heels are stamped with dual Nike SB and FPAR branding, while the left tongue badge has been turned inside out to display the interior Nike legal copy.

FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS X NIKE SB BLAZER LOW “SNAKESKIN” RELEASE INFORMATION

The latest project from¬†Tetsu Nishiyama’s Forty Percent Against Rights and Nike SB, this time featuring the SB Blazer Low, has not yet been announced for release, though early images give us a close up and personal look at the upcoming project. Featuring snakeskin panelling and premium suedes, this Blazer will likely come with an elevated price tag, releasing exclusively from Nike SB skateshops. Check out the early images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike SB release news.

UPDATE 12/7/21:¬†The upcoming Nike Blazer Low from Forty Percent Against Rights has surfaced in the Swoosh’s official imagery, giving us a much more detailed look at the impending release. The tonal grey look is constructed from a mixture of suede and snakeskin paneling, with plenty of FPAR branding around the shoe. While we are still awaiting release information regarding this Blazer Low, we now know they will release in 2022, likely with a hefty price tag to accommodate for the materials used.

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