Like many great Boost trainers before now, the adidas Nite Jogger is the ultimate collision of modern styling and state of the art performance. These are a lifestyle shoe first and foremost but feel just as comfortable as any lightweight runner. Add to that a deconstructed upper, as a reversed take on the 1976 Nite Jogger, and you’ve got a shoe that is both contemporary and iconic all at once.
There’s no denying the popularity of this adidas newcomer bur it seems some of you aren’t yet convinced. Are you still undecided whether these are a cop or drop? Read on as these are the 5 reasons why you need the Nite Jogger in your rotation.
This is iconic footwear re-imagined
As mentioned, this shoe pays homage to the running silhouette of the same name from back in the 70s. Of course, they look entirely different but that’s because the clever adidas designers chose to reverse the shoe. It would explain the deconstructed tongue and stitching in place of the conventional embossed stripes.
Boost, Boost and more Boost
Everyone should own a pair of Boost trainers, it’s just too damn comfy! Of course, the NMD was a great option but hype is now waning for that silhouette. There’s always an Ultra Boost but with a hefty price tag, these can be hard to justify. That’s what makes the Nite Jogger so great – you can cop some pairs for only £99 at adidas! Given this shoe sports a hefty Boost midsole, it’s an absolute steal!
There’s tons of styles to choose from
The adidas Nite Jogger family just got way bigger thanks to a mammoth launch over at adidas UK. If you’re indecisive when it comes to trainers, this might be a painstaking decision. There’s so many good options from ‘triple black’ to the London and Paris inspired pairs. Oh, and the OG colourway from back in January also restocked!!
These are summer-ready
Thankfully, the UK winter is now long behind us, so it’s about time you invested in some lightweight footwear. Thanks to the unique construct of the Nite Jogger, these are about as light and comfortable as it gets. Panels of nylon ripstop attach to breathable mesh with a subtle use of suede to the toe box and lace surround. Think of these as the ideal summer crep, perfect for taking on holiday and rocking with shorts!
Get your shine one
Did you know the original Nite Jogger was marketed as a late-night running shoe? That would explain why this latest version features hits of 3M reflective material. The best part of the adidas Nite Jogger is they get even more eye-catching when hit with some light. A set of laces explodes in an iridescent sheen along with panels to the forefoot and heel. It’s just one more reason why these are one of the best Boost trainers right now.
Shop the full adidas Nite Jogger collection here which includes styles for men, women and kids!
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