A major sportswear company has unveiled a new Muslim headscarf.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:

Nike unveiling a hijab that uses its Nike pro technology geared for competitive athletes. Figure skater Zahra Lari of the United Arab Emirates is an Olympic hopeful, who helped test the new product, which took more than a year to develop and should hit shelves next year in three colors: Black, grey and obsidian.

The light, but tight and stretchy fabric has small holes for breathability. A long back keeps it from coming untucked.

Nike unveiled the hijab with a video that asks in Arabic...

What will they say about you?

Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first Muslim-American to compete at the Olympics in a hijab at the Rio Games last summer. She won a bronze medal.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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