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Review Scores
Warmth : 4
Dryness: 5
Movement: 5
Breathability: 5

4.8

Good
After running through a dynamic warm-up, a run, and some brief strength exercises, I found the Nike jacket to perform well in the winter. I was most impressed with it's ease of movement and breathability - not once did I feel restricted or humid under the jacket while I worked up a sweat. It also kept the moisture of the snow out. The jacket was warm enough for the cold day, but I'm the kind of person that always wants something warmer no matter what.

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Nike Therma-Sphere Max Jacket

#GetOutHere

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A couple of weeks ago, I received the Nike Therma-Sphere Max training jacket from Nike Training. It’s been unseasonably warm in Indianapolis until this weekend when we got our first decent snowfall.  It was the perfect opportunity to test out the full capabilities of this jacket, so I took it for a spin.

Check out my Winter Dynamic Warm-up 

After I cleared myself a 10 meter path, I ran through a dynamic warm-up. I followed it up with a run, a few sets of air-squats, pistol squats and a snowball fight to round it out.

I’m definitely going to be using this jacket to train this winter. It’s rare that I can dress this lightly and still feel protected from the elements.

Winter Run

snowballMy run felt good, and I didn’t feel chilled like I normally do when training in the winter.  The hood didn’t feel constrictive, and it still kept the wind out.  In total, the Nike Therma-Sphere Max Jacket scores an impressive 4.8/5.

So what are you waiting for? #GetOutHere

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