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Nike Men's Storm-FIT Run Division Flash Running Jacket

Rated 5.0 out of 5
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Worth the investment

I know this jacket is a bit more expensive, but it is really worth it. I live in Newfoundland where wind, windchill, rain and snow (sometimes all in the same day) are a reality if you want to run. This jacket is great over a wide temperature range. I have worn it with a tshirt in +5 degrees and not felt too warm, and I have worn it with a long sleeve in -15 degrees and not felt too cold. The built in gloves are awesome for those runs where your hands are cold but not enough to take mitts with you. Very highlight recommend it!

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Targeted weather-resistance helps keep you running in cooler temperatures with the Nike Men's Storm-FIT Run Division Flash Running Jacket. Wind-and-water-resistant technology is matched with lightweight fabric to help keep you dry. There's even hidden gloves that can be packed away when not in use. It's a cold weather system, made to wear before, during or after your run.

Product Highlights

  • Lightweight build means it's built for any time of day—you can wear them before, during or after your run. Cool weather months mean darker days, so Nike has added a reflectivity in key areas.
  • Nike Storm-FIT technology resists elements like wind and water to help keep you comfortable in harsh weather conditions.
  • Lightweight, woven fabric with reflective yarn integrated into the front of the jacket.
  • Packable gloves helps warm your hands in cold conditions.
  • Full-length zipper helps you adjust your airflow.
  • Side pockets can stash small items.
  • An adjustable hoods lets you customize your coverage.


Product Details

  • Standard fit for a relaxed, easy feel
  • "Nike Running Division" graphic at the chest
  • Swoosh at the left arm
  • Reflective tape at the chevron and arms
  • Body and Lining: 100% polyester
  • Machine wash
  • 100% Polyester

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