Keep Warm This Fall With Nike

(Disclosure: I receive free products from Nike but all thoughts are my own.)

Fall is the hardest season to dress kids for, in my opinion. When I send Lucas to school at 9:30am he’s wearing a coat but when I send Jacob to school at noon he is wearing a t-shirt and I’m considering shorts instead of jeans. We have the same issue in the evenings because the kids go to their sports practices in shorts and t-shirts and before we leave the park they have to slip on sweatshirts because the temperature has dropped so much.

Nike sent us this great hoodie and it’s been perfect for the weather we’ve been having. I love the bright neon color against the black and the fact that the hood has the neon lining in it. It’s also not really bulky which makes it easy to fit under coats.

This hooded sweatshirt will transition perfectly into winter because it is lined with Therma-FIT fabric. Therma-FIT is a double-brushed microfiber fleece that retains energy and resists heat loss. Therma-FIT provides maximum insulation from cold and wind with minimal weight and bulk. It is ideal for any cold weather activities that require insulation.

Find more great clothes for boys on Nike’s website!

Nike’s Back To School Clothing For Boys

Nike is a well-known athletic brand that’s been around for as long as I can remember with their cool shoes. They also make quality clothing for adults and children. We were sent a couple outfits to review.

The first outfit was perfect for my new little basketball player. He loved that the words on the shirt were printed to match a basketball. I loved the beautiful blue color of the shirt and the fact that I know these pieces are going to hold up well to pass them down to Lucas. Normally he wears preppier clothing to school but he wore this comfortable Nike look to school today {after practicing his dribbling skills while waiting for the bus} because they were having gym class today and he wanted to wear gym shoes and sports clothing.

Look #2 was a skater look which I was surprised to see. Jacob thought the guy on the front of the shirt was silly looking and laughed when I pulled it out of the box. I loved the thickness in the shorts. Sometimes material on boys clothing is so thin but this was definitely not. The cargo pockets on the shorts were a nice feature, too. Jacob loves to carry around all his little treasures so I can see him filling the pockets with all that is special to him.

Which look is your favorite?

(Disclosure: I received Nike clothing for review but all thoughts are my own.)