NikeLab Stone Island Windrunner
Created by Nike’s first apparel designer in 1978 and revolutionary for its raglan sleeves and 26-degree chevron yoke, the Windrunner jacket turned the primary piece of Nike apparel worn by athletes at track and area trials before and after competition. This silhouette has been a fixture on medal stands and city streets ever since it was first introduced, worn by everyone from distance runners to breakdancing b-boys. Today, to commemorate this working icon, the Nike Windrunner experiences another first; the fabric innovation, engineering and garment dyeing methods of Stone Island.
Fusing the aesthetics of both manufacturers, this modern interpretation sports a water- and wind-resistant chevron and hood constructed from the Mussola Gommata fabric, while Stone Island’s proprietary Nylon Steel fabric is featured on the physique of the garment. Extra details include a PrimaLoft® lining, the Windrunner’s signature color-blocking reimagined via Stone Island’s garment dyeing course of, and diagonal stone island mesh reflective down hooded jacket in grey pockets with zip fastening hidden by nylon tape. To top it off, this collaboration also features a special make up of the Nike Koth Ultra Mid SI sneaker-hiker hybrid and a mud bag.