Joining Adidas Originals' recent output of retro-informed models is a new sneaker which references the Three Stripes' very first high-visibility shoe.

The 2019 Nite Jogger flashes back 40 years to 1979, when Adidas experimented with high-vis materials for the first time on its Nite Jogger running shoe. Since then, high-vis and reflective details have become commonplace on sneakers from all brands, but Adidas didn't forget where it came from.

Updating the model with modern materials and tech, the new Nite Jogger includes full-length Boost cushioning, ripstop nylon, mesh knit, and suede overlays which retain a slight OG feel. Meanwhile, this update also references the OG version through hits of vibrant orange throughout the black-based upper.

The Nite Jogger drops globally in this debut colorway on Saturday, Jan. 12 for $140.

Adidas Nite Jogger CG7088 (Lareral)
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Adidas Nite Jogger CG7088 (Medial)
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Adidas Nite Jogger CG7088 (Top)
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Adidas Nite Jogger CG7088 (Lateral)
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Adidas Nite Jogger CG7088 (Front)
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