“I had five great months on tour in 2016, but I want to use the best possible product and keep improving. I was excited to learn about the new innovations that Nike were working on in both apparel and footwear,” said Noren.
This latest spate is signings comes after Nike signed world number one Jason Day to its books on a multi-year-contract.
Frenchman Alexander Levy, a three-time winner on the European Tour, also signed with the Swoosh alongside Swede Kristoffer Broberg, who won his first title at the 2015 BMW Masters.
Germany’s Alexander Knappe and Spain’s Pep Angles also sign with Nike, both coming through the Challenge Tour to play on the top tier in 2017.