Nike Impossibly Light HD Running Jacket - Men's

Nike Impossibly Light HD Running Jacket - Men's
Nike Impossibly Light HD Running Jacket - Men's
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Impossibly Light HD Running Jacket - Men's by Nike
Coach wouldn't dream of letting you run inside just because it's raining and windy during practice, so instead of spending miles in a soaked singlet this spring, toss the Nike Impossibly Light HD Running Jacket into your bag before you head to school. As its name makes clear, this jacket continues Nike's legacy of ultralight, efficient running gear, and its nylon construction blocks both wind and rain while still remaining breathable. Track season is long, so don't be shy about layering the Impossibly Light over everything from a long-sleeved top to a singlet to stay dry without overheating throughout unpredictable spring weather. On endurance-building long days, pull up the hood up to keep your dome dry, and stash your phone in the internal stash pocket to keep it dry so you can call for a ride after practice. Best of all, if the skies clear halfway through practice, just stuff the entire jacket inside of its own chest pocket and slip it on over your palm with the included hand straps, then go catch up to the pack.

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SKU: NKE00ZK
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