Nike Sportswear 2014 Fall/Winter Tech Pack Lookbook

Nike’s Tech Pack returns this fall/winter season with a rework of its innovative Tech Fleece,

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Nike‘s Tech Pack returns this fall/winter season with a rework of its innovative Tech Fleece, introduced last year for the contemporary athlete. Continuing with the bold lining and geometric aesthetic we saw with the summer Tech Pack, the latest range combines classic silhouettes with dynamic functionality. Modeled by this season’s Tech Pack athletes, the lookbook highlights a number of different styles for men and women, including the re-imagined retro Nike Tech Windrunner IRD – a jacket originally designed for Nike sponsored runners in 1978, which later became a street style staple. The collection will be available online from the 21st and at select Nike retailers beginning on the 28th. Enjoy the looks here and get the full Nike Tech Pack experience with the interactive lookbook from the Apple Newsstand.

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