Here’s what to expect from Nike this summer
Nike is busy bringing the best and most innovative products to the Summer 2015 market, as you would expect them to.
Get ready for bright color pallets and bold prints that take sports wear to the next level.
Here are a few of the collections to get you pumped for what’s to come:
Nike F.C. Collection: Dedicated to the “fearless football demonstrated by not just the heroes of today, but also the legends of the past.” The colors and prints are representative of what it means to be on a football team and a legend at that. The collection includes jackets, tees, sweatpants and shoes and is currently available online and in select Nike stores.
The KD8: The most technically advanced shoe Nike will have created for basketball star, Kevin Durant for his 2015-2016 season. Designer Leo Chang found inspiration from the Sabertooth Tiger. The shoe will feature a crimson woven look with a molded midsole.
Nike x Liberty Collection: The exclusive “Merlin” print was originally produced by Liberty for a silk scarf in 1972. The collection includes a variety of collaborative sneakers, jackets, tee shirts as well as hats. This limited edition collection was released May 15, so hurry and get your favorite looks while supplies last.
Modern Weder Bremen Home Kit: This season, the SV Werder Bremen team will switch back to the traditionally lighter green color. The shirt has a light green v-neck collar and white stripes down the shoulders for the classic white sleeves. The new home kit will be available online starting June 25.
The Nike Tech Pack Collection: The collection will showcase the lightweight and breathable fabrics, it will be ready for all of you sweat prone areas. This unique coed collection will include wind runners, vests and jumpsuits. The collection will launch worldwide beginning May 28. For now you can take a look at the fully interactive collection on your Android or iOS mobile device.
To stay updated on all of the new releases check out the Nike News site.
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