The 12-piece collection, which drops Aug. 5, includes leggings, tank tops, joggers, trenchcoats, sneakers and more.
Bay Area-based brand Title Nine has donated $1 million in direct payment to Olympic players to help lessen the pay gap.
The license was formerly held by Global Brands Group.
Brands such as Speedo, TYR, Nike and Roka are seeing interest and sales increase as swimmers venture back to the water.
Two versions of the technical suit — the Pure Intent and the Pure Valor — will be available to athletes.
The launch is supported by a Stay in Play campaign featuring extensive educational materials.
The athleticwear line, in partnership with Champion, consists of 15 styles ranging in price from $75 for a classic logo cap to $395 for a track jacket.
This marks the first time Nike has teased a new sneaker in a movie.
The collection includes true sports apparel as well as lifestyle pieces.
The capsule features apparel and accessories ranging from $10 to $80.
Designed in collaboration with athletes, the apparel includes casual items and competition wear utilizing innovative construction methods.