Nite Jogger returns with a new city inspired pack

Nite Jogger returns with a new city inspired pack

  • 25-MAR-2019
  • HERZOGENAURACH
This month, adidas Originals presents a new chapter in the Nite Jogger footwear range. The six-model release sees the reflective silhouette rendered in a set of distinct colorways, inspired by the vibrant lights that illuminate urban streets at night.  Each shoe in the series features unique accents, celebrating the thriving non-stop creative culture that has come to define the six different cities across the globe. 
 
Drawing heavily on the constantly evolving, always-on nature of city life, each shoe in the series corresponds to a metropolis: New York, Paris, London, Shanghai, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. With a theme of day-to-night lifestyle referenced throughout the collection, each shoe is distinguished by its own specific color contrasts, featuring accents in orange, blue, red, yellow, green and purple respectively. 
 
The six new Nite Jogger shoes feature lightweight nylon ripstop, soft mesh knit, and suede overlays. Each upper receives custom woven tongue labels and lace loops designed to mimic airline luggage tags. Providing the wearer with a representation of their favorite creative destination, corresponding flight details from the adidas headquarters in Herzogenaurach to each of the global cities is printed on the tag. Acid Green reflective details complete the uppers, harking back to the collections’ urban mood board. 
 
All of this is then rounded off with a BOOST midsole and durable rubber outsole, resulting in a silhouette that is elevated for comfort and engineered for night time exploration. Offered in a flurry of distinct new colourways, this striking new expression of Nite Jogger’s enduring aesthetic is truly impossible to ignore. 
 
Each city silhouette will be available to purchase for $150 in its associated region. Los Angeles, New York, Shanghai and Tokyo Nite Jogger silhouettes will be available in store March 30. London and Paris versions will be in stores beginning April 13. 
 

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