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The low-top Adidas Nizza Trefoil is presented exclusively in ladies' sizing. The low collar design of this sneaker allows the ankle to move freely and comfortably. The brand inserted ample cushioning on the collar and tongue for added comfort and support. Also, the Ortholite sockliner enhances the overall comfort by keeping its wearer's feet dry and bacteria-free. Lastly, the lace-up fastening system delivers an adjustable and secure fit.  

The Adidas Nizza Trefoil for women displays a versatile look that can be effortlessly paired up with virtually any casual attire. The canvas upper sits on top of a simple white midsole. As an update to the classic basketball-inspired Nizza look, the brand got rid of the 3-Stripe design and added a clean Trefoil logo on the side.

Adidas offers this in three fashionable hues - grey two, core black, and cloud white. For a stylish look, pair the Nizza Trefoil with light-colored ankle pants and a button-down top. Some can also be spotted donning this with ripped jeans and oversized hoodie for the total laidback vibe.

The clean Trefoil logo on the side of the Adidas Nizza Trefoil shoes captivates the attention of many buyers, fans, and onlookers. This element replaced the usual serrated 3-Stripe logo found on the Nizza series. The Trefoil logo was conceived in the early 70s to symbolize the diversity of the Adidas brand.

Adidas is known for its impressive archive that is mostly reinterpreted to fit the contemporary market. One of the many silhouettes that were revamped is the classic basketball footwear called Nizza. This 70s b-ball kick displayed a high-top profile made of canvas upper and vulcanized rubber sole. This flexible sports footwear was named after the stunning city in the south of France.

Because of its timeless appeal, Nizza was added in the 100 Best Sneakers of all Times by Complex magazine. Many also dubbed the Nizza as the All-Star of Adidas for its resemblance to another timeless footwear - Converse Chuck Taylor All Star.

Through the years, Nizza had undergone countless reinterpretations to keep the silhouette relevant to different generations. One of the newest ones is the Nizza Trefoil, which displays a fine-tuned Adidas branding while keeping all the essential classic details of the silhouette.

  • The rubber toe bumper on the Nizza Trefoil adds durability and protection on its wearer's toes.
  • It has a lightweight and flexible vulcanized rubber sole to provide traction on several surfaces.
  • Another Trefoil logo can be found on the tongue and heel.


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Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.