adidas Consortium is bringing back the Nite Jogger OG from the 1970s with a host of 3M materials and contemporary technical updates.
adidas Originals revived the Nite Jogger earlier this year, reinterpreting it with BOOST technology while maintaining its night-time running-focused design language. With its Consortium release, adidas is faithfully reintroducing the original “shoe to be seen in” from the ’70s, complete with 3M Scotchlite taping and various retro Three Stripes design cues.
The Nite Jogger OG features a lightweight textile upper that combines premium elements such as suede on the heel cup and leather on the heel tab, as well as a nod to the original shoe with an orange strike on the medial rear-quarter.
Elsewhere, adidas Consortium adds D-ring eyelets taken from the original, a grippy outsole finished in contrasting speckled white, and a more contemporary toggle lacing system. The adidas Consortium Nite Jogger OG 3M is set to release on October 25 for £79 GBP (approx. $102 USD) via retailers such as Sneakersnstuff.
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