Adidas, Nike and other brands have been aggressively promoting 3D printing technology in sports products for some time.
The 3D-printing technology, which can be used to create customized products, is already used in high-end sports clothing and apparel, like Nike’s Reebok and Adidas’ NMD range of shoes.
But Nike has been a pioneer in using the technology in high performance sports gear.
Nike unveiled a new Nike 3D printed track jacket with a nylon mesh for the US Open on Tuesday.
The Nike 3-D printed jacket is based on the 3-dimensional technology used in Nike+ to help athletes train.
Nike said the jacket has a design that is based off a model that was created by an engineering team at Nike+ and has been modified for Nike+ 3D technology.
Nike+ is a partnership between Nike and the Adidas Group that allows athletes to upload their workout data and receive Nike+ recommendations based on their performance and fitness level.
The jacket is the first Nike 3DP+ offering that will offer 3D prints.
Nike’s new 3DP jacket is a 3D print that was made by Nike+ with the help of 3D software from Adidas.
The Nike+ app has been used by athletes to create designs that have helped them train, and the jacket comes with a Nike+ logo printed on the upper.
Nike CEO Scott Parker said that athletes are able to upload workout data through the app, and Nike+ has also been using the Nike+ API to help create designs.
The new Nike jacket was inspired by Nike’s Nike+ 2.0 program, which is designed to encourage athletes to improve their workout habits and create new designs.
In an interview with The Associated Press last year, Parker said 3D printers were being used to help with athlete development, and said Nike was seeing more and more people who wanted to get into 3D design and create custom items for their athletes.
Nike has also experimented with 3D modeling in its apparel line, but has so far focused on designing sneakers.
The company announced a new line of sports shoes last year that are based on Nike+ technology.
The shoes were released to retailers on Friday.
Nike announced that the Nike 3DS 3D Printed Nike+ sneakers have a unique design that uses the Nike3D 3D Printing technology.