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The Nike Breathe Older Kids' (Girls') Training Tank features lightweight, sweat-wicking fabric and a built-in sports bra to help keep you cool, dry and supported during your workout.
The Nike Roshe Two Flyknit Older Kids' Shoe continues the lineage of the Zen-inspired icon, adding plush cushioning and a snug Flyknit upper for awe-inspiring comfort in class or at play.
The Nike Pro HyperWarm Women's Training Tights feature rib insets that help support key muscle groups, while providing exceptional range of motion. Sweat-wicking fabric helps combat the chill during cold-weather workouts.
The Nike Therma-Sphere Older Kids' (Boys') Training Hoodie is designed with soft, lightweight fabric that traps warm air against the skin for comfort in colder conditions.
The Nike Cortez was Bill Bowerman's first masterpiece, built to be lighter and more weatherproof than any other shoe. In 1972, it put unprecedented cushioning under the fastest feet in the running world and quickly became the most popular training shoe in the USA. It was an unmistakable icon—a walking billboard that told your story and declared your affiliation—and came to thrive with fierce style on the streets of Los Angeles. Since then, no shoe has expanded the definition of a running shoe quite like the Nike Cortez.