Nike Sportswear’s latest Tech Pack collection spins body-informed and environmental data into focused and functional forms. The collection uses knit and woven materials as well as base, mid- and outer layers engineered to provide athletes with full range of motion.
BMX athlete Nigel Sylvester wears the Men’s Hooded Tech Pack Woven Jacket, which upgrades the classic Windrunner with breathable fabric that allows for more mobility.
“The product is engineered to the body through innovative and expressive materials that allow for stretch and breathability,” says Senior Design Director Ricky Hendry.
The Tech Pack Women’s Crew is designed to move with the body, and strategic cut-outs allow for full range of motion.
By bonding a durable fabric to a soft knit lining, the Tech Pack Woven Track Jacket and Pants offer increased wind protection, as well as a plush feel.
“We wanted to redefine Tech Pack as more of a head-to-toe collection, introducing new styles and materials, allowing for a new and more expressive connection to sport,” says Hendry.
The alphanumeric coding of “Just Do It” on the Tech Pack Tank ties into the futuristic nature of the collection.
Nike Tech Pack will be available in North America and Greater China August 1, will be available Globally and South Africa 16 August at the Nike store and select retailers.
Features image: Odell Beckham Jr. wears the Men’s Hooded Tech Pack Woven Jacket.