LOOK: Nike unveils ‘Vapor Untouchable’ Pro-Bowl uniforms

In the world of sports, it seems like every apparel company is always doing whatever they can to outperform the next guy.

Well, Nike is raising their game to the next level as they have unveiled the ‘Vapor Untouchable’ uniforms that will be worn in the 2016 NFL Pro Bowl.


Not only are the ‘Vapor Untouchable’ uniforms about four ounces lighter than the current Nike football uniforms, but they also allow for more mobility.

From Nike:

“We removed all of the seams from the front of the jersey and shoulders to help improve stretch, mobility, range of motion and durability — insights we’ve taken directly from our athletes. This creates a shrink-wrap fit, resulting in fewer grab points for the opposing team,” explains Nate Retzlaff, Nike’s Design Director of NFL and NCAA Apparel.


The uniforms will first be worn by the University of Oregon when they face TCU in the Alamo Bowl on January 2nd. They will then be worn in the NFL Pro Bowl on January 31st, 2016.


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