Nike’s Design-forward Philosophy Implemented In Latest Tech Pack Collection

Is there something different about this Nike Tech Pack?

The latest Nike Tech Pack Collection feels quite familiar. Made up of jackets and sweatpants that provide warmth via a modern take on fleece and knit, what makes this line stand out is the layering. They have taken their state pieces and included layering options like sports bras, crop tops, tights and more. Evolving beloved running and training silhouettes within the collection nods to the future of apparel design at Nike, where a design-forward philosophy that harnesses a commitment to sports innovation takes precedence.

Stay warm or air it out with side zippers on the Nike Sportswear Tech Pack Women’s Crew and Nike Sportswear Tech Pack Fleece Pants.

On their latest offering Kurt Parker, Nike’s Vice President of Apparel Design said: “We have a powerful vision for Nike apparel: to lead with innovation that makes athletes better, pushing the edges of both performance and style.” Adding,  “Through new manufacturing technologies and new materials, we are driving a bold future where everything is designed with movement in mind.”

“We have a powerful vision for Nike apparel: to lead with innovation that makes athletes better.”

The versatile package provides pieces for a range of weather and workouts. For instance, they have combined a new waffle knit and woven performance materials, which Nike developed using years of body motion and mapping analysis gathered from studying the top athletes in the world in Nike’s Sport Research Lab.

Metallic or tonal — the Nike Sportswear Tech Pack Women’s Woven Jacket is reversible. Also pictured: Flyknit Indy Bra, Nike Run Tech Pack Knit Running Tights

On limited release, the Nike Tech Pack for spring 2019 will be available beginning 20th December 2018.

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