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Nike launches Pro Combat Hyperwarm apparel collection
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Oct '12
Nike launches Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm apparel collection. Built for the elements, the new line of Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm apparel keeps the body regulated for inclement weather with breathability, water resistance and a streamlined fit.

With a long-sleeve, mock-neck silhouette, Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm Fitted Dri-FIT Max Shield Mock provides warmth with breathability so athletes can brave the weather with confidence, whether it be training or game day. This top features Nike Shield technology to keep the lower arms dry in the rain, while Dri-FIT Max helps pull sweat off the skin to eliminate chill. Large ventilation over high-heat zones helps regulate temperature, an important attribute for peak performance.

The Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm Dri-FIT Max Shield Tights complement the top and provide warmth, breathability and support. Dri-FIT Max fabric accelerates drying to eliminate the chill-effect and the water-resistant lower-leg panels shield against the elements.

Both the top and tights feature 3D-structured Dri-FIT fabric with a DWR (durable, water-repellent) finish for wind and water resistance. The fabrication utilizes this 3D structure to help keep athletes dry and reduce cling from perspiration.

Both the Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm Fitted Dri-FIT Max Shield Mock and Nike Pro Combat Hyperwarm Dri-FIT Max Shield Tights are also available in versions without the Nike Shield technology.

These key base layer apparel items are designed for athletes across multiple sports and are available globally beginning this month.

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