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NIKE RAFA Men's Slim-Fit Cotton Men's Tennis T-Shirt

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SKU: CV2969-010
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AED194.35
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NIKE RAFA Men's Slim-Fit Cotton Men's Tennis T-Shirt

AED194.35
(You save: AED104.65 )

NIKE RAFA Men's Slim-Fit Cotton Men's Tennis T-Shirt

AED194.35
(You save: AED104.65 )

A CLASSIC REMADE THE NIKE WAY.

This isn't your average polo, it's The Nike Polo Rafa.Every detail, from its innovative, sweat-wicking fabric to the hints of orange that nod to Nike's original shoebox, has been thoughtfully crafted to meet the needs of the everyday you.The result is a street-ready style that looks as at home on the course or court as it does everywhere else.This product is made from at least 75% sustainable materials, using a blend of both recycled polyester and organic cotton fibres.The blend is at least 10% recycled fibres or at least 10% organic cotton fibres. Crafted and Obsessed Premium details, from the pique fabric to the breathable design, create street-ready style that's also built for the course or court. Nike DNA An orange label on the placket, orange thread on the top button and a facsimile of the original Nike shoe box under the back collar infuse your look with heritage style. Dry Design Breathable knit fabric with Dri-FIT Technology helps you stay dry and comfortable in warm weather. More Benefits Longer back hem and hem vents let you wear the polo untucked for a more casual look. Embroidered eyelets at each underarm enhance airflow. Product Details Slim fit for a tailored feel Rafa Bull logo 65% cotton/ 42% polyester

Note: Material percentages may vary slightly depending on colour. Check label for actual content. Machine wash Imported

Colour Shown: Black/White/Black

Style: CV2969-010

History of Orange In 1971, Nike co-founder Phil Knight wanted to distinguish his new company from the rest of the competition.When it came to packaging, he chose orange it stood out, looked great on cardboard and made a clear distinction from those blue boxes.So when Nike cracked the market with its first shoe, a football boot called the Nike, the shoe box was orange.

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