An Exclusive First Look at the adidas Nite Jogger

The ’70s silhouette is back and better than before.

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Back in October of 2018, adidas revealed plans to release a modernized Nite Jogger in 2019. Now, we’re deciding to publish an exclusive first-look at the newly-revamped Nite Jogger.

For the first addition to the contemporary Nite Jogger collection, consumers are being given a mostly-black sneaker that’s officially billed as a “Core Black/Carbon/Active Blue” release. For the shoe’s actual construction, adidas manufacturers chose to use an array of high-end materials for the upper, while the signature, fan-favorite Boost sole defines the bottom.

You can take a look at the adidas Nite Jogger in “Core Black/Carbon/Active Blue” above, while the sneaker itself is scheduled to hit select adidas retailers on January 12.

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