Nike has just officially unveiled their new Nike Vapor Untouchable Performance System, highlighted with the new Nike Vapor Untouchable uniform. The Nike Vapor Untouchable Uniform features an all-new chassis, minimal seams, and fewer panels, creating a "shrink-wrap fit" that directly integrates feedback from brand athletes and weighs in four ounces lighter thanks to its 100% stretch-woven build. “We removed all of the seams from the front of the jersey and shoulders to help improve stretch, mobility, range of motion and durability — insights we’ve taken directly from our athletes. This creates a shrink-wrap fit, resulting in fewer grab points for the opposing team,” explains Nate Retzlaff, Nike’s NFL Design Director. The uniform will debut at the 2016 Pro Bowl and during the University of Oregon bowl game.
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