This bold SB Blazer Elite model is certainly not lacking in unique details. The inspiration for this Blazer is the Seattle-based Sub Pop Records, once home to watershed artists like Nirvana and Soundgarden, and now the label for artists as varied as CSS, The Shins, and even comedian David Cross. It may not be easy to imagine Kurt Kobain rocking these Blazers, but that doesn't mean that they aren't fly. The black suede toebox provides a nice contrast for the bold yellow upper with a jagged silver stripe through the middle of the shoe. The label's insignia appears at the heel, as well as on the tongue. One final detail is the SP780 detail on the heel, which represents a Sub Pop release number that does not correspond to an actual single or album on the label. These are available now at RMK.