nike BB KOBE SUMMERIZED DESTROYER

Item number: #103759010
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Color: black/lime
material: 80% cotton 20% polyester

With the NIKE KOBE SUMMERIZED DESTROYER, the legendary Varsity look is ready fot the summer!. Thank to the mesh lining, the jacket gains lightness and breathability. The water-repellent coating protects you from rain and wind. All that with style! And as it should be for a genuine college jacket, the collar, sleeves and waist are cuffed and made of cotton, for the best wearing-comfort. The „XXIV“-patch, the breast-pocket and both side-pockets on the hips are must-haves anyway. The Nike Kobe Summerized Destroyer is not only a very stylish summer-jacket but is also to be lined in the tradition of the casual Varsity Jacket.

  • Brand: Nike
  • Article name: Kobe Summerized Destroyer
  • Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester
  • Color: Black/Lime
  • Stylish College Jacket
  • Water-repellent
  • Breathable
  • Machine-washable

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With the NIKE KOBE SUMMERIZED DESTROYER, the legendary Varsity look is ready fot the summer!. Thank to the mesh lining, the jacket gains lightness and breathability. The water-repellent coating protects you from rain and wind. All that with style! And as it should be for a genuine college jacket, the collar, sleeves and waist are cuffed and made of cotton, for the best wearing-comfort. The „XXIV“-patch, the breast-pocket and both side-pockets on the hips are must-haves anyway. The Nike Kobe Summerized Destroyer is not only a very stylish summer-jacket but is also to be lined in the tradition of the casual Varsity Jacket.

  • Brand: Nike
  • Article name: Kobe Summerized Destroyer
  • Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester
  • Color: Black/Lime
  • Stylish College Jacket
  • Water-repellent
  • Breathable
  • Machine-washable

Brand information: nike

In 1964 track and field athlete Phil Knight and his coach Bill Bowerman founded the company Blue Ribbon Sports. At first the two sold sportshoes made by Onitsuka Tiger – today known as Asics – until they started with their own production. 1971 emerged the first shoe – a soccer model called „Nike“ - which carried for the first time the so called Swoosh. Bowerman and Knight asked a graphic design student to come up with the logo and paid her 35 US Dollars. Today the swoosh is one of the best known symbols worldwide. With a headquarter in Beaverton, Oregon, Nike is the biggest sporting goods producer today. Knight and Bowerman surely never dreamed of that.

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