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Men's Dri-FIT ADV Versatile Top


Highly Rated

Ready for anything, at any time. That's where we started with the Axis Performance System Top. It's a compressive base layer with a smooth, stretchy feel that keeps you going after your high-intensity workout has ended. Plus, it's powered by advanced sweat-wicking technology, so you stay comfortable even when your workout turns up the heat.

  • Colour Shown: Black/White
  • Style: DR1899-010

Size & Fit

  • Model is wearing size M and is 6′1″ (186cm approx.)
  • Slim fit: sleek and tailored

Free Delivery and Returns

Free standard delivery on orders over $190.

  • You can return your order for any reason, free of charge, within 30 days.

How This Was Made

  • The recycled polyester used in Nike products begins as recycled plastic bottles, which are cleaned, shredded into flakes and converted into pellets. From there, the pellets are spun into new, high-quality yarn used in our products, delivering peak performance with a lower impact on the environment.
  • In addition to reducing waste, recycled polyester produces up to 30% lower carbon emissions than virgin polyester. Nike diverts an average of 1 billion plastic bottles annually from landfill and waterways.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (25)

4.4 Stars

  • Weird fit

    daniel - 27 Sept 2023

    The sleeves are for skinny arms. I am 5’10 and 185 lbs and I could not wear a size L or XL. The sleeves are so tight and not comfortable at all.

  • christophero372024004 - 10 Aug 2023

    Very happy good fit

  • Use for lifting, not for running

    CasparW552850796 - 05 Jul 2023

    Flattering top that looks good in the gym. The material is not breathable so it is not what you want for running or any other high intensity cardio. Arms are tight, especially the cuffs, which again is more about vanity than performance