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Nike debuts Hypercool apparel to avoid strain & fatigue
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Mar '13
As the training season kicks in for a variety of sports, it’s important for athletes to keep cool with zero distractions.

The Nike Pro Combat Hypercool Compression Speed top helps keep muscles supported to prevent strain and fatigue, while wicking sweat away from the body to prevent discomfort and chafing.

Designers perfected a fabrication to provide maximum cooling at a minimum weight: the top is 25 percent lighter and 50 percent more breathable than last year’s style.

“By transporting moisture 10 times faster than our previous design while keeping athletes cool and ventilated, we’re able to provide a competitive advantage,” said Janett Nichol, VP/Creative Director Men’s Athletic Training.

Comfort is key. The Dri-FIT Max fabric keeps keep athletes cool and dry, while strategic compression zones provide support and a locked-in feel.

Additional benefits include:
- Lightweight, contoured design helps reduce areas of irritation
- Flatlock seams help reduce irritation caused by chafing
- Laser-perforated pods with reinforcement for maximum cooling and durability
- Reinforced shoulder seams provide maximum durability on game day

The Nike Pro Combat Hypercool Compression Speed top is available globally beginning April 1 at select retailers.

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