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Nike is giving its cozy Offline slides an update just in time for summer.
After debuting the Offline sandal in August, the sportswear giant will soon deliver the 2.0 version of the mule — although select retailers are already offering the model. One store is international retailer End Clothing, which has the bone, black, stone and volt colorway currently stocked on its website.
According to Nike, the Offline slide is inspired by mental health and taking time for yourself to unplug and disconnect from the world. Much like the initial version of the silhouette, the Nike Offline 2.0 falls under the brand’s experimental N.354 footwear line.
The sandal features a slip-on design for its upper that’s constructed of leather and mesh for comfort. The style includes two interchangeable footbeds with strategically placed beads that target the pressure points in your feet and a tagline that reads, “It’s okay to take a break.” Completing the look is a foam midsole equipped with cork details at the heel and a chunky rippled outsole for comfort.
At the time of publication, Nike has not yet formally unveiled the Offline 2.0 slide, but the mule is available now at select Nike Sportswear stockists including at Endclothing.com for a retail price of $135.