Nike Dri-FIT Filament Women's Running Capri

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Nike's Dri-FIT Filament Women's Running Capri page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sometimes, even in the middle of winter, tights just don't feel right, and that's where the Women's Nike Filament Capri comes into play. Capri's offer a feeling of freedom and movement that tights don't, but they keep the all important knees covered, warm, and thus, functional. The tight-fitting design enhances support, yet remains comfortable thanks to its elastic waistband, with drawcord, and the spandex component of the performance fabric. The Dri-FIT fabric also wicks perspiration from your skin and moves it to the outer surface of the tight for evaporation. A mesh zippered pocket at the back waist can be used for ventilation, or to secure small media players, or keys. Reflective elements at the lower leg enhance visibility in low light, and the ergonomic flat seams reduce friction and chafing, making runs into the evening a distinct possibility. Feel the freedom and performance of the Filament Capri for women from Nike.

- Altrec Outlet

Offering supportive stretch for your runs in chilly weather, the women's Filament tights from Nike combine moisture-wicking performance fabric with a great range of motion.

- REI

Nike Dri-FIT Filament Women's Running Capri

MSRP:
$45.00

The Nike Dri-FIT Filament Women's Running Capri is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 4, 2016 at REI.

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