Published today, the lookbook reveals a desire for innovation in design led by Errolson Hugh. In line with the latest summer collection, the colors will be present, with a new lighting fluorescent, this time associated with patterns inspired animal fur, far from the dark connotations and very black outfits of the techwear.
Another novelty, the range will extend this end of the year to women, with new silhouettes both functional and sexy. A way to fill the few lovers of technical clothing, but especially to open and democratize this style still underdeveloped and lack of recognition in the female.
Composed of the much-loved Alpine Jacket, the series will be accompanied by a new sweater jacket with a wide mesh mesh and a long zipper on the side. Centerpiece of the collection, the cargo pants will be offered in a hybrid version with the look of elegant white sweatpant and khaki.
Discover all the pieces of the collection above. No release date has yet been announced, but expect a release in December, on the Nike site and at various authorized dealers.