Fulfill Your Childhood Dream of Being an Astronaut With NASA-Inspired Sportswear

In partnership with artist Tom Sachs, Nike will be releasing a collection of clothing, bags and shoes, dubbed "NikeCraft," which utilizes materials usually used by NASA—materials never before used in sportswear.

By sportswear standards, these sneakers and totes are pretty pricey. But in lieu of actually traveling to the moon, a few hundred bucks for a NASA-inspired duffle seems a relative steal!

Fulfill Your Childhood Dream of Being an Astronaut With NASA-Inspired Sportswear

The "Mars Yard" shoe ($385) features vectran fabric from the Mars Excursion Rover airbags and detailing from Apollo lunar overshoe. Its outersole is borrowed from the Nike special forces boot.

Fulfill Your Childhood Dream of Being an Astronaut With NASA-Inspired Sportswear

This $400 tote is made of Cuben fiber, a laminated polyethylene fabric typically used as sailcloth. It features a 30-foot parachute cord, a pry bar, a grappling hook, and a AAA-battery or drugs case.

Fulfill Your Childhood Dream of Being an Astronaut With NASA-Inspired Sportswear

The "Spacebag" duffle ($250) is made with automotive airbag materials and Vectran lining from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. It features a waterproof zipper and aluminum interior dividing clips.

[Ecouterre via Engadget]