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Running isn’t about waiting for perfect conditions, the right mood or the ideal route. It is about putting your best foot forward, whatever the weather. As dedicated athletes brace themselves for winter’s coldest, darkest months, Nike’s Flash Pack collection arrives with a multicolor reflective print to help keep runners visible in low-light conditions. 

OUTER LAYERS REFLECT AND PROTECT AGAINST THE ELEMENTS

The Nike Aeroloft Flash Vest’s ultra-light insulating down layer traps heat for warmth while laser-cut holes provide breathability. Its reflective multicolor body is inspired by the Northern Lights while a zippered pocket stashes the entire vest when runners warm up.
Brianne Theisen-Eaton, World Championships Silver Medalist in the heptathlon, wears the Nike Shield Flash Max Running Jacket featuring Storm-FIT fabric to block out the wind and rain and moisture-wicking Dri-FIT lining.
Joanna Jóźwik, European Championships bronze medalist in the 800 meters, wears the Nike Shieldrunner Flash Running Jacket, which provides light wind and rain protection with even less weight.

TIGHTS LIGHT UP A RUN

Damian Warner, World Championships Silver Medalist in the Decathlon, wears the men’s Nike Dri-FIT Flash Running Tights, which feature a reflective print, flat-seam construction to minimize chafing and a zippered pocket to keep essentials safe.

FLASH VISIBILITY FROM HEAD TO TOE

Nike Flash Pack footwear — from the Nike Free 5.0 Flash’s natural motion to the Nike Air Zoom Structure 19 Flash’s low-profile cushioning — offers water resistance and 360-degree reflectivity.

The LunarGlide 7 Flash introduces supportive Flyknit construction layered with a reflective film to create the ultimate barrier against dark and rainy nights. The shoe's water-resistant tongue and vamp help keep the runner’s foot dry.

The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 Flash pairs a water resistant, engineered mesh upper with responsive Zoom Air cushioning.

The Nike Air Zoom Structure 19 Flash features highly responsive forefoot Nike Zoom Air unit cushioning and a triple-density Dynamic Support system for stability.

The Nike Free 5.0 Flash’s hexagonal flex grooves let the foot move naturally, and the shoe’s water-resistant, reflective upper also help keep it dry and visible in low light.

The Nike Flash Pack collection is available on nike.com.

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