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The Nike Sports Research Lab (NSRL) sets out to keep runners running by using the latest and best technologies. On the Nike NSRL Jacket, an adjustable design lets you transform your coverage into a lightweight gilet. A mix of weather-ready fabrics in key areas combine with removable down fill for warmth geared to keep you comfortable in chilly conditions. Its packable design is tailored to match what our athletes wear to help you reach your personal best.
Steep price, but worth it...once you get it in hand.
ChimpNamedEnid - 16 Feb 2021
Like a lot of people, I initially thought this was an extremely expensive jacket, which it is and it isn't, but it's hard to know that before you get it in hand and can toy around with it. The "modular" aspect of it is really undersold on the website as the sleeves don't fully zip off, instead, they collapse and store down the size of the jacket. I love this because then you don't have random parts of your jacket lying around. Similar to the sleeves, the hood doesn't fully detach, but instead, collapses nicely and has a storage pocket behind the tag/label of the jacket. Another overlooked selling point are the down compartments, which can be removed and add a great deal of warmth. The four down compartments are fully interchangeable with the others, i.e. the same size, so they don't have to always go back in their specific spots. Maybe people picked up on this stuff by the few images and GIF that was floating around Instagram a few weeks ago, but I think Nike could have done a better job explaining just how versatile this piece is.