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As great as it might feel to wear your best linen shirt on a summer's evening, some occasions call for something decidedly more laid back. Sportswear, born out of a need for lightweight, breathable, and ultimately comfortable performance apparel, is a perfect match for such warm weather times, and it doesn't come much better than when served by Nike.

The world's biggest sportswear brand has been providing summer-ready garments for decades and continues to do so. A big range of new season products by the Swoosh just landed at Urban Outfitters, from casual tees and running shorts to everyday sneakers included. We've picked out some of our highlights below, as well as some pointers on how we'd style them.

Shop the new Nike summer collection at Urban Outfitters.

Nike Bucket Hat

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NikeWashed Bucket Hat
$32
Buy at Urban Outfitters

When it comes to summer headwear, you really can't beat the bucket. There's a reason that sportswear brand iterations like this one have been around since the '90s. A timeless cop that'll go with everything.

Nike Festival Tie-Dye Tee

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NikeFestival Tie-Dye Tee
$36
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Obnoxious prints get given a pass during summer, with white pants and simple sports shorts providing more opportunity to go loud elsewhere.

Nike Hoodie

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NikeSportswear Hoodie Sweatshirt
$54
Buy at Urban Outfitters

The Nike logo hoodie is a classic, enduring piece that is unlikely to offend anyone. However, this wild slime green colorway option might do so, and that's the beauty of it.

Nike Flex Stride Running Shorts

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NikeFlex Stride Running Short
$50
Buy at Urban Outfitters

For grown men, wearing shorts can be a tricky thing to get right. We'd advise keeping things simple and frill-fee with a pair of runners, even when you're not running.

Nike Canyon Sandals

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NikeCanyon Sandal
$75
Buy at Urban Outfitters

This season's sandal offering has been wild, with all kinds of labels, from the highest heights of luxury fashion to sportswear brands, dropping new ones. Nike's rugged hiker sandal will be at home on the city streets and the trail, and with pants or with shorts.

Nike Flex Trail Shorts

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NikeFlex Trail Short
$55
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Sportswear is particularly fitting for summer because of its lightweight and function-led properties. These shorts are built from Nike Flex fabric, which will stretch with your body as you move. The inside liner will also help with sweat-wicking, too.

Nike Max 90 Festival T-Shirt

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NikeSportswear Max 90 Festival Tee
$40
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Once upon a time, before a global pandemic took place, Area 51 was pretty much all anyone was talking about. Since a long-forgotten topic, you can bring it back into discussion with this alien graphic tee.

Nike Basketball T-Shirt

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NikeBasketball Photo Tee
$34
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Following the monumental success of The Last Dance and with the NBA returning, basketball's global popularity continues to go from strength to strength. I mean, even Nike is slapping basketball hoops on tees now.

Nike Sky Force Sneaker

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NikeSky Force 3/4 Sneaker
$85
Buy at Urban Outfitters

The Nike Sky Force is an '80s basketball sneaker that has been retroed several times since then. The 3/4 edition comes in this ultra-crisp, all-white colorway just in time for peak summer.

Nike Air Pegasus 36 FlyEase Sneaker

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NikeAir Zoom Pegasus 36 FlyEase Sneaker
from $120
(Available at 10 Merchants)

Nike's Air Pegasus is a solid running silhouette that has remained in rotations, perhaps because of its downright comfort. The FlyEase edition adds even more ease of wear through its zipper, meaning you can slip them on and off at speed when on the beach or in the park.

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