Nike x Undercover NRG TC Pants ‘Black’


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American sportswear label Nike and the high-end Japanese label Undercover continue to push out functional and technical apparel. By showcasing ‘chaos’ and ‘balance’ ethos on each cargo pocket, this pair of black and white ‘NRG TC Pants’ are cut from a comfortable rich-cotton blend and made with a military-inspired aesthetic flavoured by the Japanese designer Jun Takahashi. The cargo pants are equipped with a total of seven functional pockets, a drawstring waist, zipped cuffs and completed with a co-branded design on the reverse, accompanied by a woven patch to bring attention to the wearable silhouette. The whole collection is available at Overkill.

  • 97% Cotton, 3% Elastane
  • Drawstring Waist, Zipped Cuffs
  • 3 Side, 2 Cargo, 2 Back Pockets
  • Printed Branding, Woven Brand Patch


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