Nike 6.0 Outerwear 2010-2011

12 May, 2010


For Nike 6.0’s inaugural release, the design began with the athletes needs and opinions for making their voice heard through the product they ride in.  Nike 6.0 is different from Nike Snowboarding in it’s designs, functionality and focus on the Nike Heritage.  They take influence from classic Nike silhouettes and continues with the spirit of the 6.0 brand.

The first offering of 6.0 outerwear is focused on functional performance with an emphasis on eco-friendly materials. All the pieces (men’s and women’s) in the line utilize Nike Grind trims, which are made from recycled shoe materials. They are also applying recycled shell fabrics and recycled liner fabrics. The entire 6.0 outerwear line has been designed and developed to meet the requirements of Nikes Considered Design.

Left:  Women’s Saude Jacket and Prieka Pant

Center:  Men’s Kippis Jacket and Noroc Pant

Right:  Men’s Kampai Jacket and Noroc Pant

Nike 6.0 Kampai Jacket

Features:  A classic in the making, inspired by the legendary Nike windrunner and it’s inverted 6.0 offspring the anglenreaker this jacket features 2-layer twill fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, fully taped seams, quick access pull out pass pocket with auto elastic return, easy cinch hood for adjustable face coverage, moisture wicking nike Dri-FIT mesh, media pocket with integrated cord management, attached powder skirt with adjustable waist, encased elastic cuffs and hems, pit venting with micro mesh, cozy taffeta chin protector.

Colors:  Grove green (seen here), deep burgundy, deep burgundy/black, bright cactus/photo blue, black

Nike 6.0 Proost Down Jacket

Features:  A down jacket to keep you warm against old man winter and features 2-layer recycled slub taffeta fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, 600+goose down insulation, considered construction means innovation for you and your environmenta, fully taped seams, quick access pull out pass pocket with auto elastic return, easy cinch hood for adjustable face coverage, moisture wicking Nike dri-FIT mesh, media pocket with integrated cord management, attached powder skirt with adjustable waist, pit venting with micro mesh, cozy taffeta chin protector, billowed pockets allow for pocket cramming.

Colors:  Bright cactus/dk gry/dp burgundy, photo blue/grove green/white (seen here), black.

Nike 6.0 Slainte Jacket

Features:  military styling and mountain know-how protects and performs in this jacket featuring 2-layer recycled twill fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, fully taped seams, quick access pull out pass pocket with auto elastic return, convertible hood rolls into collar, moisture wicking nike Dri-FIT mesh, media pocket with integrated cord management, attached powder skirt with adjustable waist, encased elastic cuffs and hems, pit venting with micro mesh, cozy taffeta chin protector.

Colors:  Spice (seen here), deep burgundy, black

Nike 6.0 Budmo Pant

Features:  A loose fitting cargo pant with a myriad of pockets and features like 2-layer till fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/10,000gm, fully taped seams, inseam venting with micro mesh, adjustable waistband, fleece lined hand warmer pockets equipped with hidden zippers, moisture wicking Nike Dri-FIT, zip-hem openings for custom boot configurations.

Colors:  Photo blue (seen here), bright cactus, gold harvest, black, grove green

Nike 6.0 Tervist Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  A hybrid of street style and snow tech this jacket features 2-layer recycled slub taffeta fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, 60 grams of thermore insulation, considered construction means innovation for you and your environmenta, fully taped seams, quick access pull out pass pocket with auto elastic return, easy cinch hood for adjustable face coverage, moisture wicking Nike dri-FIT mesh, media pocket with integrated cord management, attached powder skirt with adjustable waist, pit venting with micro mesh, cozy taffeta chin protector.

Colors:  Black, Blustery/gold dart (seen here)

Nike 6.0 Saude Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  This jacket is up-to-date performance in a vintage shape and shell featuring 2-layer recycled twill fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, considered construction means innovation for you and your environment, fully taped seams, quick access pull out pass pocket with auto elastic return, easy cinch hood for adjustable face coverage, moisture wicking nike Dri-FIT mesh, media pocket with integrated cord management, attached powder skirt with adjustable waist, encased elastic cuffs and hems, pit venting with micro mesh, cozy taffeta chin protector.

Colors:  Jetstream (seen here), sail, utility orange

Women’s Saude Jacket in jetstream color up close

Women’s Saude Jacket in Utility Orange

Nike 6.0 Vashi Down Jacket

Features:  A down jacket with a sophisticated, lightweight and modern approach to the down parka and features 2-layer heathered taffeta fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, 600+ goose down insulation, fully taped seams, quick access pull out pass pocket with auto elastic return, easy cinch hood for adjustable face coverage, moisture wicking nike Dri-FIT mesh, media pocket with integrated cord management, attached powder skirt with adjustable waist, pit venting with micro mesh, cozy taffeta chin protector.

Colors:  Gold dart, team red (seen here), filament green, black

Nike 6.0 Prieka Pant (Women’s)

Features:  A twist on the classic cargo with cargo pockets cleverly placed below the knee instead of above  and featuring 2-layer recycled twill fabric, waterproof 10,000mm/breathable 10,000gm, fully taped seams, inseam venting with micro mesh, adjustable waistband, fleece lined hand warmer pockets with hidden zippers, moisture wicking nike Dri-FIT mesh, zip hem openings for custom boot configurations.

Colors:  Utility orange, filament green, mega blue, team red, black, blustery (seen here)

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12 Comments

  1. May 12, 2010

    proost jacket looks pretty sweet.

    where have all these rad product pictures been coming from shay? sia show?

  2. May 13, 2010

    All from the SIA Show, I keep busy at the show going to appointments and seeing each line.

  3. May 13, 2010

    I don’t mean to be a party pooper, BUT…
    Nike should stick to making running sneakers and whatever other sneakers they make. Just like ski companies who wanted nothing to do with snowboarding should stick to making their 2 planks and keeping their greedy little mittens out of our business.

    There’s plenty of small, core, rider owned companies out there struggling to make a buck without Nike coming in and making it harder.

    [/rant] 🙂

  4. keither
    May 13, 2010

    I agree with Christian completely, but their boots promise to be pretty effen sweet and aren’t bad on the eyes either. Imma have a hard time not slidin my feet into those puppies next year. If they made nothing else but boots, then I’d be totally into them. But they’re just leeching onto a market that they and other companies wanted nothing to do with in it’s inception. So right after I “try” on those Nikes, I’ll probably be buying another pair of Celsius boots.

  5. May 13, 2010

    Shay- you certainly do- I admire the shit out of your motivation/drive!

    Christian- I kind of agree with you BUT… I thought it was pretty natural for nike to get into making snowboard boots because they have a ton of expertise with footwear for athletes.

    Mixed feelings about the business side of things. I like the little guy and think the problem isn’t Nike entering the market but the consumers (you&me) who don’t buy stuff from the small, core, rider owned companies.

  6. May 13, 2010

    @Martin:

    The little guys don’t have the mega advertising dollars nor name recognition that the big companies have. So John Q. Snowboarder walking into a shop for the first time is going to see Nike, know the name, remember the “radical/extreme/gnarly” Nike advertisement he saw on TV and go with Nike because he’s comfortable. So small companies never have a chance to get their foot in the door with a new consumer.

    Forum and Foursquare get bailed out by Burton (which was nice of them), some companies go under completely, and with the lack of sales companies can’t afford to put together a solid team, which hurts them amongst the core consumers as well.

    Soon we’ll all buy our Shawn White Model Snowboards at Target and it’ll come with a free mocha frapalata cappucino espresso grande, with replica gold medal and flying tomato action figures.

    (I sound like a grumpy old bitch today, don’t mind me, I’m just sitting in my windowless office with nothing better to do.)

  7. May 13, 2010

    The silver lining on this cloud is that the big companies ARE dumping tons of money into the sport which is helping it grow.

    However you know that money will be gone as soon as freestyle walking/underwater breath holding/finger twidling becomes super XXXtreme and they start investing their money into that.

  8. Mac
    May 13, 2010

    Christian
    Bitch please i know cores all important and all but they are making amazing product now, i have a pair of there boots and there super nice. Plus i know for a fact that there helping out the community because Nike ( Nike snowboarding) is offering there products to mostly core snowboard shops allowing those shops to generate more revenue because the kid who buys the product gets it from the shop instead of some online site like SierraSnowboard who lowers there prices so much that no one can even compete with them. SO in the end they are being more core then you think.

  9. A. Nony Mouse
    May 13, 2010

    keep snowboarding white and upper middle class, bro!

  10. Will
    May 23, 2010

    6.0 are only allowed to be sold out of dedicated skate shops, so Foot Locker and the like can’t get their grubby little mitts on that sort of gear. I’d have to assume Nike would have the same sorts of restrictions on their snow gear when it comes out.

    those jackets look pretty nice, but I refuse to wear a jacket that doesn’t have wrist gaiters. Don’t ask me why, I just like them

  11. Cheney907
    September 01, 2010

    To all the haters… keep hating and dont buy these kits. Nike and Volcom are putting out the best lines of gear this season (in my opinion). Its easy to see that in a few seasons Nike will prolly put out a sick line of boards as well, and there is going to be a huge Nike community that will be ready to ride them. Nike has every right to be in the snowboard industry and they have the mega $$ to invest in good gear and technology thats going to keep us dry, warm and happy.

    shiiit I just might pick up 2 purr-a-kicks, to get ta stompin this season.