Why you’re going to want Nike’s new line for your next yoga class

Lauren Chaplin 10 January 2019 NEWS

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Get your Zen on with Nike's comfy new collection.

If you're looking to find some inner peace this new year, we have some good news. Nike, the supreme leader of comfort, has added another category to its name. The athletic-wear giant has introduced a new collection to help get you fabulously flexible without ruining your best pair of trackpants.

Nike's new apparel has been specially designed to cater to all your yoga needs. The pieces offer support, versatility and ease of movement, preventing any embarrassing rips or slips whilst you're doing the downward dog.

For the ladies, this means high neck tank tops and stretchy training trousers. The pants are guaranteed not to budge, with an extra-wide, high-rise waistband. They also feature a relaxed fit and tapered silhouette that is perfect for workouts that require a lot of movement.

The latest line also sees the introduction of yoga wear for men. Available items include long hem t-shirts that won't ride up and long shorts featuring an elastic waistband and a slim, straight opening to keep them in place.

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To help you keep your New Year's resolutions, the yoga line also comes in conjunction with a selection of new yoga workouts you can access on the Nike Training Club app.

When and where to shop the collection

The yoga line is available to shop right now from the Nike online shop as well as in store. As retailers like ASOS and THE ICONIC also stock Nike, it's likely you'll be able to shop the collection from them soon too.

Pieces range from $45 for sports bras to $100 for training pants, which is pretty affordable for items you know are going to last. If you're looking for a deal though, be sure to browse the latest Nike promo codes.

Nike has been on fire over the past year, teaming up with the likes of Serena Williams and Tokyo label AMBUSH to release some seriously cool collections, proving that their activewear is anything but boring.

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