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    May 19, 2020

    21 Things From Nike That Reviewers Truly Love

    From hoodies to sneakers, the Swoosh has you covered head to toe.

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    1. A cropped T-shirt with a big old Swoosh across the front for those times you're looking for something with an extra comfy, oversized, loose fit, and a regular tee just isn't going to cut it (even if you take a pair of scissors to it).

    A model wearing a white cropped T-shirt with a black Nike Swoosh logo as well as black Nike track pants
    Nike

    Promising review: "Even though I am not a crop wearer, I thought it would be nice to try this T-shirt out. It fit just fine. It's really comfortable and roomy. The colors are great. I wear it when I go to exercise. I will get a couple more in the near future." —Quick1127

    Price: $30 (available in women's sizes XS–2XL and 9 colors).

    2. A pair of Air Max 90s, because Air Max tech has been cushioning runners' feet since 1987. And just think how comfy these will be if you don't actually have any intentions of running in them.

    Nike

    Promising review: "The air max 90 has been completely recrafted. These are way comfier than the originals. The colors pop and are more of a neon and bright color than pictured. Love them!" —Andy Laurence

    Price: $120 (available in men's sizes 6–15 and three colors).

    3. A light-support Indy sports bra for low impact workouts like yoga or Pilates featuring a back mesh panel for added breathability when you start to feel the burn.

    Nike

    Promising review: "Super cute sports bra. I love the thin straps. This is a good bra if you don't plan on doing any serious cardio but still need a little support. I am a 34DD and got a size large. It does run a little small." —Ymcgah

    Price: $35 (available in sizes XS–2XL and 1X–3X and ten colors).

    4. A pair of Air Force 1 Sage lows that updates one of the most iconic sneaker models of all time with a platform midsole and a pared-down upper for showing off a little more ankle.

    Nike

    Promising review: "This product is a 10 by any measure. The Nike Air Force 1 Sage lows are an excellent looking shoe for casual dressing and for performance and stability. The colors are stylish and can be worn for a night out on the town or a casual day in the office." —DuckII
    Price: $100 (available in women's sizes 5–12 and six colors).

    5. A pair of soft fleece joggers (aka fitted sweat pants) for looking casual but not too casual (re sloppy) when paired with some hightops thanks to those ribbed cuffs.

    Nike

    Promising review: "They are like sweatpants but mixed to be like joggers. A nice in-between. They are super comfortable. feels like a hug on your legs. Soft and comfy. you would not be disappointed getting these. Big chillin' vibes." —D A

    Price: $55 (available in men's sizes XS–4XL Tall and 16 colors).

    6. A super-soft sportswear club fleece pullover hoodie with a kangaroo pocket so you can keep your hands or your tiny dog extra warm. Pretty much guaranteed to be "borrowed" by a significant other.

    Two models, both wearing the hooded sweatshirt in bright magma orange
    Nike

    Promising review: "I loved it. It's very comfortable, keeps me warm. I loved the pocket, I was able to fit a whole corgi puppy in there. He loved the pocket as well." —IsabellaS126011302

    Price: $45 (available in sizes XS–4XL Tall and 16 colors).

    7. A pair of Air VaporMax Flyknit 3s for those looking for sneakers with some added bounce (thanks to the Vapor Max technology) and breathability (thanks to the stretchy and supportive Flyknit fabric) as well as a little high-fashion design thrown in.

    Nike

    Promising review: "I have six screws and a metal plate in my ankle, and these Nike Vapors help my balance when walking and standing and most of all they are super comfortable and worth every penny, thanks to Nike for helping me to walk again without pain." —nikkoH86905791

    Price: $200 (available in women's sizes 5–12 and eight colors).

    8. A pair of woven shorts with a mesh lining and back pocket drainage grommet for those days when you might want to jump in a body of water and then want to dry off quickly so you can otherwise go about your business.

    Promising review: "Fit true to size. Heat vents through mesh lining/pocket. Super comfortable. Perfect length. Exterior material isn't stretchy but the cut/style of these shorts allows you to stretch/flex without fighting back hardly at all. If you gotta side kick someone, just pull them up first. The side slit on these shorts really set them off." —28Mick

    Price: $45 (available in men's sizes XS–2XL and nine colors).

    9. A training shirt that's all business at the gym with its sweat-wicking fabric and could probably pass for one of your regular cotton tees if you're behind on laundry.

    Nike

    Promising review: "Really soft but breathable fabric. I’m very picky about the fabric of my running shirts, especially for hot days. The scoop is a little bigger and shows the straps of my sports bra but I don’t care either way. Nice quality. Fits normal I got a medium and it fits like a medium." —Kgeezy

    Price: $25 (available in women's sizes XS–2XL and four colors).

    10. A pair of classic Cortez shoes so you can experience what runners during the 1970s wore on their feet when competing. The only competition you'll have to worry about though, is who will have the cleanest pair of kicks when you go out.

    Nike

    Promising review: "I am so in love with my Cortez shoes. These black/white ones are my third pair. You can wear them with a sporty look, like with jeans, tights, or wide legs pants to a more feminine type look such as dresses or skirts or even a formal skirt/dress. They are comfortable, have an added support like a thick padding insole, and are just so swaggy LOL. Must buy!" —Jacqueline

    Price: $70 (available in women's sizes 5–12 and five colors).

    11. A light-weight, sweat-wicking long-sleeve top that can easily be worn to, at, and from the gym and serves as the ideal middle layer over a tee or tank and under a track jacket.

    Nike

    Promising review: "Purchased this shirt for those mornings when it's too warm for a full-on thermal top, but still too cool for short sleeves. Love the slim fit for warmth. Perfect base layer. Material breathes well. I need another one of these!" —Fast Walker

    Price: $35 (available in men's sizes S–4XL Tall and eight colors).

    12. A pair of vintage-inspired Daybreak sneakers based on the original model from 1979, which aren't so much for running on the reg but letting everyone know you could still leg it out when the situation calls for it (but you'd totally prefer not to).

    Nike

    Promising review: "I bought these for myself for my birthday and I’m so happy that these shoes called my name from the wall of shoes. The cushion is so comfortable and they’re honestly already my new favorite pair of Nikes. Besides the fit, the OG look sold me from the start." —MireyaJ122511227

    Price: $90 (available in women's sizes 5–12 and eight colorways).

    13. A pair of sweat-wicking tights for all-day wear that will keep you dry. There's a slip-in pocket on the back waistband for your phone and a hidden pocket in the front waistband for keys and cards.

    Nike

    Promising review: "These are by far the best leggings I have ever worn. So comfy. So flattering. So good for any workout. It feels similar to the lululemon align pants. I have nothing bad to say about these leggings." —Kayleee429459049

    Price: $55 (available in women's sizes XS–2XL and 1X–3X and eight color options).

    14. A pair of React Infinity Run Flyknits to keep runners as far away from injuries as possible. There's less material in these shoes but more foam, which means a softer and more secure fit on your foot when it's pounding the pavement or the treadmill.

    Nike

    Promising review: "This is an incredible shoe. I have been running in Pegasus 35, 36 and turbos as my rotation, and I added these in and holy moly, I can tell the difference while wearing these during and then after my runs. I deal with plantar fasciitis and I can totally see the difference when I wear these versus any other the ones in my rotation. I typically run 10-12 miles a day. Love them!" —GoPre131

    Price: $160 (available in men's sizes 6–15 and seven colors).

    15. A pair of vintage crops made from at least 50% organic cotton and recycled polyester fabric that feels just as comfortable on the bench press at the gym as it does on the couch at home.

    Nike

    Promising review: "Love these pants! I generally wear leggings to the gym. But these pants are super cute and a little more relaxed in the waist and butt area. I am 5-foot-3 and wear a size small. I purchased these in a size small and loved them so much in light grey that I purchased a pair in dark grey as well. I would highly recommend if you don't want to wear leggings every day!" —Kate

    Price: $38.97+ (available in women's sizes XS–2XL and two colors).

    16. A pair of "all-white, high-top strap with the gum bottom" Air Force 1 High 07s which will most definitely have you singing Nelly songs every time you lace them up. You guys remember Nelly, right? "Give me two pairs, I need two pairs!"

    Nike

    Promising review: "I have been wearing the same all-white pair of high top Air Force 1s for literally eight years with them being my main pair of shoes. I don't know how they have held up this long. Obviously they are not 'brand-new' white, but they look far from nasty. They have not started coming apart at all. I plan to only replace them with the exact same thing because I could not be more satisfied." —BrodyN664963958

    Price: $100 (available in men's sizes 6–18 and two colors).

    17. A half-zip running top, because even cold weather workouts can get hot and this sweat-wicking pullover allows you to comfortably layer underneath it while venting in some fresh air via that zipper.

    Nike

    Promising review: "I usually wear a small but they were sold out and got the extra small based on the reviews saying it runs big. I could probably go with either size but the extra small turned out to still be a great fit. It's flattering and looks stylish like I could wear it casually anywhere. I got the orange and it's a pretty color, got it for running and keeps me dry and warm, very satisfied with my purchase." —Mimi563

    Price: $65 (available in women's sizes XS–2XL and eight colors).

    18. A pair of Nike Revolution 5s with those recognizable ripple-effect design lines and reflective piping along with full-length Air Max cushioning that could only have been created in the '90s. These are statement-makers but whatever that statement might be is entirely up to you.

    Nike

    Promising review: "Shoes are amazing! love the styling and quality, the upper is very well done and the insole is firm but still quite comfortable, definitely recommend going up at least half a size since they run a bit small and narrow at the front, but besides that, these are absolute fire." —Eliev91

    Price: $134.97+ (available in men's sizes 6–15 and 13 colors).

    19. A water-resistant (in light rain) hooded windbreaker with a breathable mesh lining and ribbed cuffs for jogging in the elements or avoiding them altogether and hanging out indoors.

    Two models facing front wearing the same pink, blue, and orange hooded windbreaker, one is zipped up, the other is unzipped
    Nike

    Promising review: "Very comfortable jacket keeps body warmth without being too hot. Also, this is a 'Sportswear' version so size runs a little big. Sizing on Jacket does say 'loose fit' I originally bought my regular size (Medium) however after receiving it I went back to the store and replaced it with a small, which fit perfectly." —Ecam3

    Price: $100 (available in sizes XS–4XL and 11 colors).

    20. A pair of tight, stretchy pro shorts with sweat-wicking tech and plenty of support for those a little more serious about their athletic endeavors (re not for lounging around in).

    Nike

    Promising review: "I’ve worn compression shorts for the past 15 years, 6x per week to work out and these might be the best version yet. Material is amazing. Great support. Great comfort. These are awesome!" —MattHam29

    Price: $25 (available in men's sizes S–4XL Tall and seven colors).

    21. A pair of In-Season TR 9 training shoes for cardio and cross-training with a memory foam sock liner to keep things comfy on the inside and a mid-foot gore strap the keep things locked down on the outside.

    Nike

    Promising review: "Very comfortable for this nurse. Usually my heels and arch are killing me after a 16-hour shift. I had no trouble after my shift and could possibly do another eight hours on the same day. Anyways, I received a lot of compliments and again very comfortable." —This Nurse

    Price: $59.97+ (available in women's sizes 5–12 and nine colors).

    You don't need Nelly to tell you how great those Air Force 1s are gonna look on you but do give a listen to these reviewers and their love for their favorite Nike products.

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