Nike Golf Slim Fit Checked Polo Light Lemon Twist  €59.95


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Nike Golf Logo

A CLASSIC REMADE THE NIKE WAY

This isn't your average polo-it's The Nike Polo. Every detail, from its innovative, sweat-wicking fabric to the hints of orange that nod to Nike's original shoe box, has been thoughtfully crafted to meet the needs of the everyday you. The result is a street-ready style that looks as at home on the course or court as it does everywhere else. This product is made from 100% sustainable materials, using a blend of both recycled polyester and organic cotton fibres. The blend is at least 10% recycled fibres or at least 10% organic cotton fibres.

Design Remix
Classic houndstooth is mashed up in a check pattern for a modern, mixed-and-matched look.

Crafted and Obsessed
Premium details, from the pique fabric to the breathable design, create street-ready style that's also built for the course or court.

Nike DNA
An orange label on the placket, orange thread on the top button and a facsimile of the original Nike shoe box under the back collar infuse your look with heritage style.

Dry Design
Breathable knit fabric with Dri-FIT Technology helps you stay dry and comfortable in warm weather.

More Benefits:

  • Longer back hem and side vents let you wear the polo untucked for a casual look.
  • Embroidered eyelets at each underarm enhance airflow.

Product Details:

  • Slim fit for a tailored feel
  • Fold-over collar
  • 2-button placket
  • 60% organic cotton/40% recycled polyester
  • Machine wash
  • Imported
  • Colour Shown: Light Lemon Twist/Light Lemon Twist/Light Lemon Twist

History of Orange
In 1971, Nike co-founder Phil Knight wanted to distinguish his new company from the rest of the competition. When it came to packaging, he chose orange-it stood out, looked great on cardboard and made a clear distinction from those blue boxes. So when Nike cracked the market with its first shoe, a football boot called 'the Nike', the shoe box was orange.