Nike Sportswear 2014 Spring/Summer Tech Pack

May 26th, 2014 by retail design blog

Tailoring its fabrication for the spring/summer season to offer benefits like lightweight construction, breathability and durability, Nike Sportswear presents its latest Tech Pack: Tech Hyperfuse. Employing various breakthroughs first offered by the sportswear giant’s Hyperfuse technology, the new collection of apparel simplifies silhouettes like the Windrunner, vest and poncho by stripping away the layers of construction to feature details like ripstop fabric, taped and bonded seams, and reverse coil zippers.

Transparent and packable, the range pushes the boundaries of design while also offering a convenient layering solution for a variety of weather conditions. Nike Sportswear’s Tech Hyperfuse Collection – made better through subtraction – is now available exclusively at Nike.com and will be available at select NSW retailers beginning May 1.

http://hypebeast.com/2014/4/nike-sportswear-2014-spring-summer-tech-pack

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