Once again, a classic design is revived from the Adidas Originals' overwhelming library. The Adidas Nizza Low flaunts a modernized basketball shoe silhouette from the 70s to fit as lifestyle footwear. It has a canvas upper with embroidered 3-Stripe on the sides seated atop a vulcanized rubber outsole. Considering all the meticulous reviews at an affordable price, this pair is worth a try.
- Stylish design
- Multiple colorways
- Good quality materials
- Breathable canvas upper
- Gets dirty easily
Who should buy Adidas Nizza Low
Adidas Nizza Low is inspired by 70's basketball shoe with a low-cut profile, ideal if you are looking for:
- casual shoe for daily wear with a breathable canvas upper
- modern comfortable shoe with a retro vibe and vintage soul that pair well with jeans, joggers, or shorts and tees, flannels, or polos
Midsole of Nizza Low
The vulcanized rubber midsole of the Nizza Low gives its wearers a lightweight cushioning and a soft underfoot feel.
This pair also has the Ortholite sock liner that maximizes comfort and performance. The Ortholite sock liner absorbs the moisture formed inside the shoe offers a cooler, drier, and healthier shoe for its wearers.
The Adidas Nizza Low is a casual shoe with a low-cut profile. It has a breathable canvas upper with a rubber toe bumper making this shoe suitable for daily wear.
The Adidas Nizza Low has a rubber toe bumper which is responsible for its durability. It has a vulcanized rubber outsole.
History of Adidas Nizza Low
Adidas Originals is established in 1991 as a sub-brand of Adidas and is also known as the Heritage Line. This sub-brand was unveiled with the slogan “Once Innovative, Now Classic, Always Authentic.” It targets to showcase the 30 years of sports heritage in a contemporary way.
The Adidas Originals released the Nizza in 2017, like their modern take on the 70s basketball shoe. The Nizza was included in the “100 best Adidas Sneaker of All Time” list. The Hi and the Low versions are released using the same materials and construction. The Nizza has been successful in crossing over from athletics to fashion scenes. Most people say that this is the All-Star of the Three Stripes.
The modern Nizza Low is available in a variety of colors and upper materials. The existence of the Nizza in the market for 40 years resulted in Adidas' more effort exertion in updating the shoe with special releases.