Nike players will bring a new twist on varsity sport with a retro-inspired tennis collection ready for the 2021 US Open.
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Contrast striped trims and ribbed details combined with the characteristic red/blue/green/yellow color palette revive the classic ’80 style.
The Nike Fall NY Slam Dress features a V-neck, full-coverage back and striped fabric trim for a vintage look. The item has ribbed waistband and godet pleats at the sides of the skirt. The NikeCourt logo perfectly matches this retro vibe.
One version of the dress combines blocks of gorge green and binary blue, while two additional styles come in white and in yellow with contrasting trims and waistband.
The Nike Fall NY Slam Top features subtle knit-in stripes, mesh inserts on the upper chest, and ribbed cuffs and neckline. Besides these two color combinations, there is also a predominantly white design.
The T-shirt is meant to be paired with the Nike Fall NY Slam Skort that features color-blocked mesh panels and stripes at hem. A striped skort is also available. Moreover, Nike offers the Fall NY Slam Shorts, available in binary blue, white and in a color-blocked version where one side is blue and the other one red.
The selection of tops also includes the Nike Fall NY Slam Tank with oversized armholes.
Nike-sponsored WTA players will train in this Fall NYC Liberty Tank, as they prepare for their US Open matches. It’s a soft cotton-blend design featuring the graphic of the Statue of Liberty holding a racquet and hitting a tennis ball.
For colder weather, Nike offers a color-blocked hoodie, vibrant red zipper jacket and track style pants.
For information about new Nike tennis shoes for women, click here.
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