Posted by , Feb 6, 2017 at 11:29am
NikeLab keeps things consistent.

NikeLab is Nike’s envelope-pushing sub-brand, responsible for many dope sneakers each year. The label also puts out consistently great clothing, and the same is true for the latest drop from NikeLab.

The collection includes a wide range of apparel that treads the line between athletic performance wear and casual streetwear. Cropped fleece and woven pants provide the opportunity to dress up a look when paired with one of Nike’s polos (that have very long sleeves), while multiple colors of bombers and side-zip anoraks give the collection an edgier look. Other jackets and stylish grid-pattern performance tee shirts round out a collection meant to transition easily from cold winter months to warming spring temperatures.

Because this is NikeLab, the prices are a bit higher than standard Nike fare. To get your hands on this gear (available now), you’ll have to be willing to spend as much as $225 for sweatshirts, $250 for the anoraks and $110 for the polos. Ouch.

 

NikeLab’s New Collection Is Subtle, Clean And Kinda Expensive

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NikeLab keeps things consistent.

NikeLab is Nike’s envelope-pushing sub-brand, responsible for many dope sneakers each year. The label also puts out consistently great clothing, and the same is true for the latest drop from NikeLab.

The collection includes a wide range of apparel that treads the line between athletic performance wear and casual streetwear. Cropped fleece and woven pants provide the opportunity to dress up a look when paired with one of Nike’s polos (that have very long sleeves), while multiple colors of bombers and side-zip anoraks give the collection an edgier look. Other jackets and stylish grid-pattern performance tee shirts round out a collection meant to transition easily from cold winter months to warming spring temperatures.

Because this is NikeLab, the prices are a bit higher than standard Nike fare. To get your hands on this gear (available now), you’ll have to be willing to spend as much as $225 for sweatshirts, $250 for the anoraks and $110 for the polos. Ouch.

 

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