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.
Nike’s Free RN Flyknit 2017 is a lightweight daily trainer that wraps around your feet and flexes freely with ...your movements. It makes a few changes to the previous model, but keeps the soft outsole and flexible upper to giveRead Full ReviewREAD FULL REVIEW
The Nike RN Motion Flyknit is a lightweight and adaptive shoe that has an impressive set of Nike specific tech. ...Although on the pricey side, it has a unique comfortable fit that sets it apart from other shoesRead Full ReviewREAD FULL REVIEW
From the moment I tried on the Free 4.0 Flyknit, I did not want to take it off. I’m hard-pressed to think of a ...shoe that works more synergistic with my foot than the Free 4.0 FlyknitRead Full ReviewREAD FULL REVIEW
The Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 is an incredibly comfortable shoe with a lightweight and flexible construction thanks in ...a large part to what has to be the greatest upper in any shoe I’ve had the privilage of wearing. The FlyknitRead Full ReviewREAD FULL REVIEW
Free 5.0 is a shoe that has a wide appeal. It can serve as a transition shoe for someone looking to move to less ...shoe or as an everyday trainer for the biomechanically efficient runnerRead Full ReviewREAD FULL REVIEW
The Nike Free 3.0 v4 is a great running shoe for those seeking a minimalist-style run without sacrificing some ...comfort and cushioning. Read the review!Read Full ReviewREAD FULL REVIEW
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