First launched in 2006, the Nike Free was the first running shoe that was meant to be used as a training tool, to be added to your rotation of running shoes. Featuring extremely deconstructed upper and soles - they tried and recreate the feeling of running barefoot with the aim of strengthening the muscles in your feet. Originally identified by a number (3.0 5.0 or 7.0), they are now offered in a great variety of materials and flexibility. You can see all the other Nike Running Shoes here.
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Nike Free RN 2018 Review

The Nike Free Run is a lightweight minimalist shoe that performs well on runs ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017 Review

Nike’s Free RN Flyknit 2017 is a lightweight daily trainer that wraps around ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit Review

The Nike RN Motion Flyknit is a lightweight and adaptive shoe that has an ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free RN Review

The Nike Free RN is a minimalist shoe that lets you feel like you’re ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 Review

From the moment I tried on the Free 4.0 Flyknit, I did not want to take it ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit Review

The Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 is an incredibly comfortable shoe with a lightweight ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free 5.0 Review

Free 5.0 is a shoe that has a wide appeal. It can serve as a transition shoe ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free Run+ 3 Review

running while offering protection and support ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Free 3.0 v4 Review

The Nike Free 3.0 v4 is a great running shoe for those seeking a ... (Read expert review)

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