Over the past few seasons, Nike has been revamping its core court essentials collection. Let’s take a look at the pieces that are replacing the Power (and before that Border) collection.
Advantage Court Top: This replacement for the Power Short Sleeve Top has updated seam lines specifically designed for the tennis player. With the colorblocking on the back of the spring version, they stand out even more. The seams were moved to increase your range of motion while swinging the racquet. The back mesh panel is also larger for greater ventilation.
Advantage Court Tank: Like the Power Tank version it replaces, the Advantage Court Tank allows you to wear your own bra. New to this version is the racerback cut, which offers you greater mobility on the court. Like the top, this Court Tank features a full mesh back for added ventilation over its predecessor.
Fans of Nike’s “Power” shorts in both 7″ and 9″ and Power polos might be wondering where their shorts and polos are, so we’re taking a look at the updated court essentials line to help point you in the right direction.
Court Polo: For the guy who loves a classic look, the new Court Polo is where to look. This replacement for the Power UV Polo gets updated with a ribbed collar and sleeve cuffs as well as side vents on the hem.
Team Court Polo: Another classic option, the Team Court Polo is an update to the Baseline Polo. It offers a bit more colorblocking than the Court Polo and is still offered at a great price.
Whaddya know, it’s that time of year again! Time to prove once more that tennis is the most fashion-forward sport out there. With the recent end of all the Fashion Weeks that took place across the world, we got some insight into the next trends to come in the upcoming year. Just like last year, I couldn’t help but notice resemblances between apparel found at Tennis Warehouse and outfits showcased on the catwalk in the past month. Here, I’ll show you!
Pure Lime ● Victoria Beckham
In fashion, there’s a fine line between knowing what’s in style and what’s not. However in this case, there’s a bold line! Pure Lime and Victoria Beckham do away with the common thin-stripe pattern and bring large-stripe colorblocking to their collections instead. Go ahead, cross the line and make a statement with these louder, stripe-print skirts.
Pure Lime Op Art Double Stripe Skirt
Victoria Beckham (Photo: MCV/Firstview)