NikeLab Joins Forces With Stone Island for a New Windrunner

When form, function and style come together.

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The innovative relationship between NikeLab and Stone Island continues. Making this the followup to its first joint collection, it combines military and workwear inspirations. The latest canvas between NikeLab and Stone Island will be a lightweight windrunner jacket, aiming to not only be a fashionable piece of outerwear but also display each respective entity’s obsession with innovation while placing a strong emphasis on craftsmanship.

The jacket is comprised of two nylons, Hyper Light Membrana and Membrana 3L TC, which repel water and wind while staying true to Nike’s traditional windrunner aesthetic. Additionally, the jacket can also be packed into its own pocket and carried with ease and style thanks to its accompanying strap.

You can expect the latest NikeLab x Stone Island piece to release on September 8 online, at select retailers, and on the Stone Island app.

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