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All In On Athletic Gear: One Day After Deal On Adidas, Amazon Offers Deal On Nike

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Yesterday, the Daily Dealer informed you about Amazon’s one-day-only deal on Adidas products. In the beginning of its “Countdown to Black Friday,” Amazon seems to be going all in on athletic attire, since they are following it up with a one-day-only deal on Nike gear.

Specifically, three items are on sale, and the amount of discount depends on what size you need. Each of these items do come in an array of color options, so make sure to check them all out on the site. Here’s what’s in the deal:

These Nike shorts are available in 10 different colors (Photo via Amazon)

These Nike shorts are available in 10 different colors (Photo via Amazon)

Nike Men’s 3-Pocket Fly Shorts on sale from $24.99 to $53.96

This dri-fit tee actually comes in 32 colors! (Photo via Amazon)

This long-sleeve Dri-Fit tee actually comes in 32 colors! (Photo via Amazon)

Nike Men’s Long-Sleeve Legend Dri-Fit Tee on sale from $20.98 to $59.98

This Dri-Fit tee comes in 23 different colors (Photo via Amazon)

This Dri-Fit tee comes in 23 different colors (Photo via Amazon)

Nike Men’s Athletic Active Dri-Fit Tee Shirt on sale from $13.31 to $49.99

Adidas yesterday, Nike today. What will tomorrow’s deal bring? Puma? Reebok? We will just have to wait and see. One thing is for sure – with the holiday season coming up, Amazon is going to have a lot of deals worth looking into.

The logo of Nike is seen in a storefront in Sao Paulo May 28, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

The logo of Nike is seen in a storefront in Sao Paulo May 28, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

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