Nike Zoom Blazer Mid Salmon featuring a salmon skin leather and "drawer-style" box! Fish skin is the new "it" material for shoes and clothing. Haute-couture designers are hailing fish skin's softness, beauty and versatility, producing everything from shoes to bikinis, however due to the difficult and long tanning process (4 to 6 weeks), products made from the new fish skin leather are extremely limited and highly in demand. Dior started the fish leather trend with a pair of pink salmon leather shoes, but fish skin leather are not really new technology. The Vikings used fish leather for shoes up through the Middle Ages and various items like shoes and military scabbards were constructed of fish and shark skins during World War II when raw materials were scarce and any surplus was directed to the war effort. The Hezhe people of China also wear fish skins. The Hezhens are the only people in in the whole world who make clothes with fish skin. Women wear fish gowns; men wear fish-skin coats and trousers. Shoes, leggings, aprons, and gloves are also made of fish. So celebrate the new-old technology and add a pair of Nike Zoom Blazer Mid Salmon shoes to your collection. Guaranteed to be one of a kind in your neighborhood!