The Hyperwarm Flex collection is Nike's latest range of technical baselayers created to deliver warmth and flexibility to athletes in the most demanding conditions.

Nike Hyperwarm Flex is the warmest and most flexible Nike baselayer for athletes training and competing in cold climates. The top-and-pant combination uses the latest advancements in seamless knitting manufacturing technologies and advances in materials science to deliver protection and comfort in the most challenging climates that can be thrown at an athlete in Winter.

With the colder months beginning to creep in, out come the baselayers, a critical piece of equipment for an athlete's performance while training and competing. Mental acuity, muscle reactivity, flexibility, speed and agility are all negatively impacted if the athlete isn't dry, warm and properly protected.

"We are always asking ourselves how we can use Nike innovation, science and experience to enable athletes to perform in the worst that Mother Nature throws at them," said Carmen Zolman, Design Director for Nike Training. "Our innovation is as relentless as the weather."

Distinct knitted panels in areas requiring flexibility (shoulders, elbows & knees) provide superior articulation and unrestricted freedom of movement. Thermal mapping identified zones where warmth is critical, requiring a different knit density for optimal warmth. To guard against overheating or the chilling affect of sweat left unmanaged, special Dri-FIT Max fabric is positioned at key areas on the inside of the Hyperwarm Flex top and pant to wick moisture away and ensure athletes stay comfortable.

But would they work on a cold Tuesday night in Stoke? Well yeah, they'd work on a freezing Tuesday night away to North Pole United.

SB Tip: Stick your baselayer shorts on the radiator before Winter training, it'll change your life.