We don’t know when we’ll see a coat with a red stripe, but that’s a prospect that could be coming sooner than we think.
As part of a new collaboration between Nike and French company Neon, the first neon coat with the red stripe will hit the shelves in mid-2017.
Neon has a history of producing a range of iconic neon coats that are all-red, but the new coat is a bold statement that is clearly aimed at a more mainstream audience.
“It’s not just about being neon, it’s about being bold,” said David Boulton, vice president of marketing at Neon.
“It’s a bold color, a bold style.
It’s something that people are looking for.”
The Neon coat was designed by artist Maxime Furlan, who said it was inspired by a painting by artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The neon coat will be available to buy on Neon’s website, but it won’t be available in stores.
“We will have a lot of people looking at the new neon coat,” Boulston said.
“But the more people we get to buy, the more we can bring it out in the world.”
The neon coat is the latest in a series of bolder, all-natural, retro designs that Neon is working on.
Neon is also known for its retro-inspired shoes and clothing.
The new neon look, like the rest of Neon’s offerings, is being made to look like an old fashioned coat.
Neon also has a long history of releasing innovative products in the fashion industry, including a retro fashion line.
Boulton said Neon will be selling the neon coat exclusively through its website.
Neon will also be selling a range at retailers across the country, including at Nordstrom, Wal-Mart, Target, and Home Depot.
Neon does not plan to sell the coat in-store.
“I think the brand has a great history of being innovative, but we wanted to go in a different direction,” said Furlam, who is also Neon’s head of merchandising.
“I think Neon is one of the most innovative brands in the country.
I’m very excited about what we’re doing.”