NikeLab Stone Island Windrunner
Created by Nike’s first apparel designer in 1978 and revolutionary for its raglan sleeves and 26-diploma chevron yoke, the Windrunner jacket became the first piece of Nike apparel worn by athletes at track and subject trials before and after competition. This silhouette has been a fixture on medal stands and city streets ever since it was first introduced, worn by everyone from distance runners to breakdancing Stone Island Jackets Brand b-boys. Right this moment, to commemorate this operating icon, the Nike Windrunner experiences another first; the fabric innovation, engineering and garment dyeing techniques of Stone Island.
Fusing the aesthetics of both brands, this modern interpretation sports a water- and wind-resistant chevron and hood constructed from the Mussola Gommata fabric, while Stone Island’s proprietary Nylon Metal fabric is featured on the body of the garment. Extra details embody a PrimaLoft® lining, the Windrunner’s signature color-blocking reimagined by Stone Island’s stone island aw12 garment dyeing course of, and diagonal pockets with zip fastening hidden by nylon tape. To prime it off, this collaboration additionally features a special make up of the Nike Koth Ultra Mid SI sneaker-hiker hybrid and a dust bag.