How Nike’s New Apparel System Is Driving Olympic Performance

How Nike’s New Apparel System Is Driving Olympic Performance
Design

Two years on the making, the unique garments are designed to give athletes maximum aerodynamic efficiency

Macala Wright
  • 17 august 2016

Known for its innovations in footwear, Nike has made its move to athletic wear with a speed system designed as the official uniform for Olympic athletes. The company’s new symbiotic track and field speed system—customizable to the event and athlete—is engineered to reduce that drag and maximize effort.  Now that the games have commenced and the performance wear is put in action, it’s time to take a good look at the system.

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