Originally designed by Geoff Hollister, a student at http://uoregon.edu/” target=”_blank”>University of Oregon, who also ran under track coach Bill Bowerman, the late Nike co-founder. The Nike Windrunner incorporated 2 different synthetic fabrics: one laminated with water-repellent polyurethane and the other lined with mesh vents, to the upper and lower portions of the jacket. To give the appearance of speed, Hollister angled the seams where the 2 fabrics conjoined to 26°. The chevron design has been synonymous with Nike apparel ever since.
Recently, Nike re-issue several original and alternate version of this classic outerwear, including this Windrunner Asahi. With a distinctive offset chevron and bright colorways, the Windrunner Asahi is also a splittable jacket, which mean you can mix-and-match with other splittable version, such as the Experimental Jetset and Kam Tang collaborations. Available currently at selected retailers, including http://purchaze.com/” target=”_blank”>purchaze in Aurich, Germany.
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26603 Aurich, Germany
TEL #: +49-49-4169-79830
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