Adidas Nite Jogger Jet-Set Edition Shoes

Apr 16, 2019

Category: Style

Although technology is moving forward, fashion is consistently pulling from the archives to give us modern renditions of retro silhouettes. Inspired by classic sneakers they released in 1980, the Adidas Nite Jogger Jet-Set Edition Shoes pay tribute to international cities with boarding pass-style tongue labels.

These jogger shoes are made for late night travelers and come in six colorways with boarding pass-style tongue labels for New York, Los Angeles, Shanghai, London, Tokyo, and Paris. They have mesh and suede uppers for a dynamic appearance and responsive ‘Boost’ midsoles for amazing energy return, proving to be more than just an eye-catching silhouette. To match the tagged tongues, there are also mini boarding labels at the bottom of the laces. Choose the metropolis you want to represent and step into a pair of the Nite Jogger Jet-Set Edition sneakers today for $150.

Purchase: $150

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