Meet the adidas Nite Joggeradidas’ latest foray into the wonderful world of running shoes. Fully revamped for the modern era, this sneaker made its first appearance back in the late 1970s, and to celebrate this legendary drop, we’ve compiled ten Insta shots that’ll make you fall in love it!

Designed for those who run from dawn to dusk, the Nite Jogger is crafted from a wide range of materials, including premium suede across the upper and breathable mesh for the ultimate all-day experience. An exposed foam tongue and stitched Three Stripe branding bring a deconstructed finish to the casual runner. Of course, it wouldn’t be a full makeover without a Boost midsole, which sits underfoot.

Set to drop at 11pm GMT on January 11th at adidas UK, get ready for one of the hottest sneakers of 2019!


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To kick things off, we have this shot from Chicago-based photographer and videographer Changboy Q. Photographed here in day light, it shows that the Nite Jogger looks dope whatever the environment. The deconstructed look is fully flex here, as well as the subtle grey accents which give the shoe some added dimension.

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Shot by David Wallace, the Nite Jogger is seen here in its natural habitat, with orange street lights shooting across the background, really bringing out the tangerine-hued hits on the upper. A suede and mesh construction give sneakerheads all-day comfort and wearability, no matter if you’re running or chilling out.

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Flex that 3M detailing with this pic by Singapore-based photographer Yik Keat. The reflective hues make sure you’re seen even in the dark, making the Nite Jogger the perfect companion for those ultra long runs. You can actually see the intricately detailed outsole here, complete with orange and blue accents.

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One of the biggest sneaker trends right now is deconstruction, and this is fully showcased in this shot by HYPEBEAST. With an exposed foam tongue and stitched Three Stripe branding, as well as further stitched detailing around the heel, if you’re a fan of this trend, then the Nite Jogger is made for you.

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When the Nite Jogger was first announced, this photo by Mario Stumpf was one of the first to surface. Equipped with a full length Boost midsole for extra comfort and a heel piece for added stability, this is truly the perfect all-day shoe. In fact, it might even be comfier than the Ultra Boost – you heard it here first.

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We’re getting up close and personal with the Nite Jogger here. If you haven’t noticed already, intricate stitching graces the heel while a debossed morse code-like detail features on the midsole for extra deconstructed vibes. We can’t wait for more colourways and collaborations to release in 2019.

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Paired here with all black pants and socks, this techwear ninja look works perfectly with the Nite Jogger, bringing out the intense pops of orange and the more subtle grey hues. Not only are the orange sections reflective, the laces are also infused with 3M. You really can’t go wrong with a pair of these.

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Isn’t it crazy that there’s absolutely no branding on the Nite Jogger, but you can just tell that it’s an adidas shoe? Suede, mesh, and leather all feature on this crazy crep, meaning it’s built to last. Literally forty years in the making, there’s never been a better time to cop this retro-inspired runner.

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And last but not least, we have this ultra clean shot by Thierry Tek. Paired with a smart tweed coat, this photo proves that the Nite Jogger will work with any ensemble that you happen to be wearing. The perfect combination of function and form, classic and contemporary, and casual and athletic, get ready for the modern classic.

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