If you’ve never had the pleasure of trying on a pair of kicks with Nike’s Flyknit technology, you’re missing out. Not only does it make for an incredibly light running shoe, but the breathable fabric feels like a comfy sock on your foot. But you’re in luck: Nike is bringing its Flyknit performance technology to apparel for the first time: a Nike Flyknit bra dubbed the Nike FE/NOM is here to change your workouts for the better.
Nike’s Flyknit as a sports bra makes a lot of sense. The fabric is designed to be soft, breathable, light, supportive, and seamless with the ability to maintain its shape. All things we’d love in a sports bra. As satisfying as boob sweat is after an intense workout — we’d rather not. Two words — boob acne.
According to Footwear News, the average Nike bra can have up to 41 pieces and 22 seams, while the new sports bra from Nike has about two panels and a binding. Yes, that’s it.
On Nike’s news site, the brand’s VP of Apparel Innovation, Janette Nichol, described the new sports bra. She said,
The Nike FE/NOM Flyknit bra retails for $80. If you want to get your hands on one, you’ll have to hit your local Nike store or submit your email address online to be notified of a restock. (We’d also suggest signing up for NikePlus: members got a 48-hour head start on the now sold out bra.)