Nike Trail Kiger Vest 3.0

Nike Trail Kiger Vest 3.0
Nike Trail Kiger Vest 3.0
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Trail Kiger Vest 3.0 by Nike
Go farther with the Nike Trail Kiger Vest 3. 0. Thanks to its quick hydration access, tons of pockets for snacks and gels, and ample storage for layers other essentials, you'll have no problem staying out on the longest runs on the road or trail. The Kiger Vest features a breathable mesh back panel and shoulder straps to help you avoid discomfort when you're pounding out hard miles on hot summer days, and has a large hydration-compatible compartment to ensure that you have access to cool water when you need it. It also comes with two small water bottles for those that want to avoid the weight that a full hydration bladder might bring. When you need a boost of energy you can reach into one of the many secure pockets for your favorite gel, and when you run in low-light conditions you can stay visible thanks to the vest's reflective elements.

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SKU: NKE01LJ
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