Ready to spring clean your winter training apparel? Nike’s ready, keeping you covered with comfortable and stylish threads for the field, track and weight room. Check out these five picks cropping up this season.
Nike Sphere Bomber Jacket, $90
This performance Bomber's style is inspired by Nike's iconic Destroyer sportswear jacket. Taffeta makes up the body, shielding against water and wind. Don’t be fooled by the jacket’s super light feel. The interior is lined with Nike Sphere Thermal Fabric, a 3D fabric structure that allows air heated by the body to circulate. Petite gals can appreciate the Bomber’s fitted silhouette, which hits at the hips.
Nike Dri-Fit Knit Running Tank, $55
Sweat-wicking material and seamless knit construction aim to keep you cool, dry and comfortable, and the racerback style enhances free range of motion. Consider sizing up if you want a semi-fitted look, as the tank is body-hugging.
Nike Legend Tech 2.0 Training Capris, $70
It’s finally about time to switch out training tights for a lighter alternative. But if you’re not quite ready for shorts, try a capri. This one is designed with mesh panels behind the knees for ventilation. The material pulls sweat away from your bod to help keep you dry, too. The fit is snug — like a sports bra for your legs.
Nike Epic Crew 2.0, $64
French terry provides a soft feel against your skin. The fabric almost seems too lux to wear for workouts, but the piece is designed for training. The material is sweat-wicking; flat seam construction aims to alleviate irritation that can lead to chafing. The loose fit makes it great for layering — pair with a tank and style the crew off the shoulder.
Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+, $160
Expect a soft and springy feel. The shoe integrates Lunarlon cushioning, technology that aims to give you a plush step. The shoe is crafted with polyester yarn, and the construction process minimizes the shoe’s overall weight. The shoe aims to fit like a second skin and offers a low-to-the ground ride.