The Nike Offline is back, and this time it is gearing up to take on more casual adventures. Ditching the previous exposed designs, the Offline 3.0 features a full upper, launching in two tonal colorways soon.

Nike’s Offline shoes first made their debut in the middle of the stay-at-home era of the pandemic in 2020. Offering an indoor/outdoor shoe with interchangeable insoles, the Offline’s popularity with the WFH crowd was immediate. Since then, Nike has refined the design, debuting the Offline 2.0 earlier this Summer, and now, we have our first look at the Offline 3.0, the next iteration of the silhouette that ditches the previous mule and sandal shapes for a fully-fledged closed shoe. Make no mistake, however, the Offline 3.0 still features an ultra-comfy quilted upper to keep your feet warm in or out of the house. The loose lacing system also allows for plenty of adjustability, while the Offline’s two signature insole inserts let you customize your comfort. 


Nike’s upcoming third iteration of the Offline casual shoe has not yet been announced for release, though they are expected to launch sometime in the coming weeks. Making their debut in “Cool Grey” and “Enamel Green”, the Offline 3.0 will be avialable from both Nike and select retailers. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news. 

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