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The Nike Element Shield Full Zip Max delivers a superior blend of warmth and mobility...featuring a combination of brushed and grid-patterned thermal lining for warmth, laminate fabric for moderate protection from the elements, and strategically placed stretch thermal panels for optimal mobility. A detatchable hood with a reinforced bill and drawcords provide coverage and an adjustable fit, while multiple pockets allow for storage. A stow-away neck gator, hand cuffs, and thumb holes deliver additional thermal benefits, and reflective details allow you to be seen while you train through the harsh elements.

Colors

  • Black (010)
  • Sequoia (355)
  • Stealth (008)

Details:

  • Stretch laminate fabric on front center, upper back, and sleeves for protection from the elements
  • Stretch panels on sides and back for optimal mobility
  • Brushed thermal jersey lining for warmth and next to skin comfort
  • Detatchable hood with adjustable drawcords and a reinforced bill
  • Stow-away neck gaitor
  • Dual-directional, full front zipper with windflap and garage
  • Side zipper pockets (approx. 8" x 9") and a back zipper pocket (approx. 4" x 6") to stow essentials
  • Hand cuffs and thumb holes for additional thermal benefits
  • Dropped back hem for additional coverage
  • Reflective details for increased visibility in low-light settings

Fabric:

  • Body: (100% Polyester), for protection from the elements
  • Stretch Panels: (88% Polyester/12% Spandex), a stretch material for optimal mobility
  • Thermal Jersey Lining (1): (100% Polyester), grid-patterned thermal lining for warmth
  • Thermal Jersey Lining (2): (88% Polyester/12% Spandex), brushed fabric for warmth

 

Comments: I really like this jacket. I got the men's version because I loved the olive color. I sized down to a S and it fits me well and I can appreciate the longer hem and sleeves. I've had a chance to test this out since our weather has been a bit crummy lately. At high 30s, this jacket is overkill on warmth- had to strip down to just the bra underneath, but I appreciated the rain protection so it was a fair trade-off for me. I anticipate using this jacket running in much colder temperatures, and also when I am out doing non-running things like walking the dogs. Reflectivity is awesome as well.
From: Charlene, Mount Rainer, MD

Comments: 18 Degrees out today - 7 miles next to a lake - perfect jacket! Material is amazing. I sweat no matter how cold, and this jacket doesn't let any sweat outside of its base layer - meaning I don't get any cold wind directly on where I'm sweating - which really saves me on long runs. Its a little heavy, but not noticeable after the first few runs. The hood comes off, but I run with it on so I can use the face cover and throw the hood up if it starts sleeting. Fit is perfect. If you're serious about running outside in the winter - you need this coat.
From: Matt, Holland, MI, USA

Comments: Wow, this jacket is warm! 17 degrees, 10K run, UA ColdGear shirt, and sweating like a pig. The hat and glove had to come off, and I wore the hood without cinching it. Kept the ears warm and ventilated the head. Next time, a fitted t-shirt should do. Love the fit: feels fitted (not skin-tight like the Sugoi Firewall 220) yet wears loose. I was initially put off by the price, but the jacket proved its worth.
From: John, Montgomery, IL USA

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick