The first two
products Nike introduced to the basketball market were the low-top "Bruin", and the high-top "Blazer".
Nike also came out with a "Blazer Low" (as in the picture) but it is essentially
created the Bruin in various colors of suede and smooth leather.
The canvas version of the Bruin, which followed later, was called the "All Court." (The canvas version of the Blazer wasn't the All Court High; it was the "Blazer Canvas.")
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