UNITED ARROWS Snags Exclusive Nike "Tokyo Pack" Collection

Bespoke running clothing.

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Nike‘s running division is the sportswear giant’s bread and butter, and UNITED ARROWS has joined forces with the Oregon-based behemoth for an exclusive selection of gear for the athlete on the move. A comprehensive array of cool-hued shirts, jackets and leggings offer color-blocked panels of white, grey and orange, giving retro influences a futuristic upgrade. Grid patterns, “TOKYO” verbiage and complementary graphic tees underline the collection’s sporty design language, with appropriately functional wraparound eyewear ensuring protection from unwieldy breezes.

The “Tokyo Pack” is available in-store only at UNITED ARROWS Ginza, Roppongi Hills and BEAUTY & YOUTH Marunouchi.

For more cutting-edge running gear from the Swoosh, take a look at its “Laser/Fuchsia” Air Max Dia.

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