Nike's Latest Bag Is Hot Off the 3D Printer

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Nothing can escape the gaze of the 3D printer's nozzle these days—including the humble duffle bag. Nike's latest luggage uses a combination of fine traditional leather and intricate 3D printing to carry its owner's kit.

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Designed and manufactured especially for Brazil's 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Rebento Duffel is Nike Football's first 3D-printed sports bag. Taking design cues from the flyknit patterns found on the company's trainers, the laser-sintered nylon structure forms part of the bag, while premium leather forms the remainder.

There are, in fact, just three of the bags being put to use over the football tournament—designed especially for Neymar Jr., Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo—with each bag featuring custom gold hardware. So, fairly exclusive then. There's currently no word on much they cost, or whether they'll ever make it into full-scale production. [DesignBoom]

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Taking design cues from the flyknit patterns found on the company's trainers

Well since the bag is being debuted for World Cup, it'd be more complete to note that the flyknit patterns are found on the Magista and Mercurial boots that Nike has also debuted for World Cup. Flyknit is a more central design theme for their World Cup gear than it is to their trainers.