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Nike's 'Bone Tights' Are Perfect for Nudist Exercise Enthusiasts

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These new Nike womens' tights are printed with bone X-ray pictures on them and are supposed to symbolize how you're strong because you're made of bones or something. The tights come in these color combos as well as an "all-nude" one, because why just look like a walking skeleton when you could look like a person who went outside without her pants or her skin?

The tights, along with the rest of Nike's "lux collection," launch this fall, which means you might not be able to buy them in time for Halloween.
· Nike Women's X-Ray Bone Tights [High Snobette]
· Introducing 'Wellness Hosiery': It's Like a Day Spa For Your Legs [Racked]
· Victoria's Secret Would Like You to Consider the Push-Up Halter For Your Next Workout [Racked]