NikeLab X Stone Island The Type King

Stone Island has at all times utilised the amazing fabric expertise at it is disposal to creat true efficiency garments that look eminently stylish and this co-lab is no completely different. here is what Carlo Rivetti has to say about it;

Stone Island Sweater In Dark Grey

“An exciting co-lab. Stone Island loves challenges. We source our strength from challenges. It’s an awesome satisfaction to share our knowhow and experience with Nike, which is undoubtedly a pinnacle leader in innovation and efficiency./p>

Carlo Rivetti – Stone Island Chairman and artistic Director

Nikelab X Stone Island Windrunner

The Nike Windrunner was born throughout a time of firsts. Created by Nike’s first apparel designer in 1978 and revolutionary for its raglan sleeves and 26-degree chevron yoke, the jacket turned the primary piece of Nike apparel worn by athletes at monitor and area trials before and after competitors. Today, to commemorate this working icon, the Nike Windrunner experiences one other first, the fabric innovation, the engineering and garment dyeing techniques of Stone Island.

In 2016 Nike is celebrating its foremost apparel icon: the Nike Windrunner Jacket. Designed within the late 0s, the silhouette has been a fixture on medal stands and city streets ever since seen on everyone from distance runners to spinning b-boys. Within the launch edition of this yearlong celebration Nike and Stone Island merge the distinctiveness of two brands to create a singular garment. The chevron and hood of the NikeLab x Stone Island Windrunner are constructed with water and wind-resistant Mussola Gommata fabric, formed by bonding lightweight cotton muslin to an opaque polyurethane movie. Nylon Steel, a proprietary Stone Island fabric with a metallic sheen, is featured on the body of the garment, which is lined with PrimaLoft?.

While the exterior of the jacket is monochromatic, it mimics the standard Nike Windrunner color blocking via Stone Island’s garment dyeing process. The result’s a refined distinction between the shades of the Mussola Gommata and Nylon Metallic fabrics.

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