Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour

Nike Tennis Claim the Night Pack

Nike Tennis “Claim the Night” Pack

Shine from your head down to your shoes with the Nike Tennis “Claim the Night” Pack. Designed for the US Open, this collection features the Vapor Flash fabric debuted on the reflective Windrunner worn in the 2012 Olympics. The Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour, Air Max Courtballistec 4.3 and Air Max Cage are based in black, complemented by white branding and reflective accents. Matching jackets sport the same shine, packing 400-candlepower reflectivity. Footwear from the Nike Tennis “Claim the Night” Pack is available now online at Nike Tennis, with the jackets sold exclusively in the Big Apple at Niketown New York, 21 Mercer, Masons Tennis and the Nike Store at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
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Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour “Black 3M” Limited Edition

Two greats in their respective fields come together for the Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour. Enlisting the services of Tinker Hatfield, the Roger Federer signature sneaker gets a toned-down redo spiced up with 3M reflective panels just in time for the 2013 US Open. Draped in black with contrast seen in the form of white Swooshes and the aforementioned 3M pop, this tennis shoe features a sleek colorway that fittingly translates well for off-the-court wear. Available now for $150, you can pick these up at Nike.com.
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Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour Roger Federer PEs

As one of the top tennis players in the world, Roger Federer has always been one of Nike's poster boys when it comes to hard courts, clay or grass. Just in is a sneak peek of RF's U.S. Open rotation of Swoosh sneakers, which includes two PE pairs of the Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour. The cutting-edge tennis shoe has been produced for Federer in black and white, as well as in his mainstay atomic red and grey. According to Nick Annacone, who previewed the models, the black pair is constructed of 3M material. A design that includes the U.S. Open trophy overlayed by the number five, representing Roger Federer's five Open championships, personalizes the sneakers.