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Nike has upped the tech in its new summer 2014 Nike Tech Pack collection by using Hyperfuse technology.

The lightweight fabric used in the line also offers durability and breathability from head to toe. So if you have a fast-paced lifestyle or a chiller one, the technology fits either.

Nike has upped the tech in its new summer 2014 Nike Tech Pack collection by using Hyperfuse technology.

The lightweight fabric used in the line also offers durability and breathability from head to toe. So if you have a fast-paced lifestyle or a chiller one, the technology fits either.

Nike’s iconic styles include the Windrunner, Vest and Poncho lines, and now, the new Tech Pack that features the Hyperfuse to further accentuate the brand’s well-known designs. Ripstop fabrics can instantly be noticed along with reverse coil zippers. Taped and bonded seams also accompany the range of details in the silhouettes.

Nike’s goal with this collection was to decrease as much weight as possible so that breathability can be a more feasible feature that ultimately makes the line more comfortable and cool when worn.

The Nike Tech Pack builds things from the inside out in terms of layers of fabric being fused. For instance, the mentioned taped and bonded ripstop not only provides for a lighter and more durable garment, it also increases ventilation (great for warm climates) while not allowing air to go through it.

The design is suitable for pretty much any weather condition, and especially helps to keep dry when running under the rain.

The new collection is available for purchase on nike.com and can be found in select stores starting May 1st.

 

Micheline Harbie
Micheline has a a sweet-tooth for dark chocolate and cappuccinos, an almost obsessive-compulsive aversion to dust on Blu-ray discs, and a passion for regularly playing tennis on her Nintendo Wii. Matched with her love of writing, she is the Editor of T3 Middle East's Levant English publication and English website, and the Associated Editor for the GCC English publication.
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