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Rab Electron Jacket

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The Nike React Metcon takes the stability and traction from the training original and pairs it with Nike's most comfortable cushioning. Tackle high-impact and lifting workouts with a light, breathable upper and durable grip to keep you going.

Retro Styling

Sporting eye-catching patent-leather overlays, the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE blends style and comfort with an iconic hoops vibe.

Detailed Description

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  • 2-layer waterproof breathable exterior shield you from icy rain and slush.
  • Exterior and interior material have a DWR finish to help keep you dry.
  • Removeable insulated hood has a soft faux fur trim diffuses harsh winter winds and zips off when you do not need it.
  • 550-fill power duck down provides pillowy insulation.
  • Down insulation is Responsible Down Certified, so you can feel good about your down.
  • Horizontal baffles create tunnels of warmth that wraparound your body.
  • Internal shoulder straps let wear the parka like a pack by slipping your arms out of the sleeves, this lets you ventilate on the go without having to carry the parka.
  • Plenty of pocket space to keep small necessities close while dual entry fleece-lined pockets keep hands out from the cold.
  • Smooth lining material glides over other fabric for easy layering.
  • Soft knit cuffs keep the warm in and the cold out.
  • Regular fit wears like an old favourite.

Sustainability

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BLUESIGN®
Made with a majority of bluesign-approved fabrics, this product has a reduced environmental footprint. It embodies effective management of chemicals and emissions, efficient water and energy use, care for the health and safety of textile workers and assurance of consumer safety in materials.

CERTIFIED RESPONSIBLE DOWN
MEC Label sources down for our products from birds that are responsibly raised and cared for, and we prohibit live-plucking and force-feeding. Several brands we carry also follow established standards or have their own traceability programs in place.

Origins

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Nike, originally known as Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS), was founded by University of Oregon track athlete Phil Knight and his coach, Bill Bowerman, on January 25, 1964.[10] The company initially operated in Eugene[11] as a distributor for Japanese shoe maker Onitsuka Tiger, making most sales at track meets out of Knight's automobile.[12]

According to Otis Davis, a student athlete whom Bowerman coached at the University of Oregon, who later went on to win two gold medals at the 1960 Summer Olympics, Bowerman made the first pair of Nike shoes for him, contradicting a claim that they were made for Phil Knight. Says Davis, "I told Tom Brokaw that I was the first. I don't care what all the billionaires say. Bill Bowerman made the first pair of shoes for me. People don't believe me. In fact, I didn't like the way they felt on my feet. There was no support and they were too tight. But I saw Bowerman made them from the waffle iron, and they were mine".[13]

Nike, originally known as Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS), was founded by University of Oregon track athlete Phil Knight and his coach, Bill Bowerman, on January 25, 1964.[10] The company initially operated in Eugene[11] as a distributor for Japanese shoe maker Onitsuka Tiger, making most sales at track meets out of Knight's automobile.[12]

According to Otis Davis, a student athlete whom Bowerman coached at the University of Oregon, who later went on to win two gold medals at the 1960 Summer Olympics, Bowerman made the first pair of Nike shoes for him, contradicting a claim that they were made for Phil Knight. Says Davis, "I told Tom Brokaw that I was the first. I don't care what all the billionaires say. Bill Bowerman made the first pair of shoes for me. People don't believe me. In fact, I didn't like the way they felt on my feet. There was no support and they were too tight. But I saw Bowerman made them from the waffle iron, and they were mine".[13]

By 1971, the relationship between BRS and Onitsuka Tiger was nearing an end. BRS prepared to launch its own line of footwear, which would bear the Swoosh newly designed by Carolyn Davidson.[15] The Swoosh was first used by Nike on June 18, 1971, and was registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on January 22, 1974.[16]