Classic Tones for The Latest Nike Free Hypervenom 2
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nike free trainer 5.0 marks another innovative leap for the sportswear brand with a running shoe that promises the most natural running experience to date. In continuing coverage of our last Free Stride Rooftop Run, we decided to offer a closer look at the innovative Nike Free 3.0 Flyknits we wore.
Performance Nike's Free 3.0 Flyknit features innovative hexagonal flex grooves, a first for the industry, offering six points of flexibility to let your foot move naturally with every step. nike free run engineers and programmers were tasked with improving two hundred thousand years of evolution with state of the art footwear innovation. Let's just say, mission accomplished.
The lightweight Flynight upper ensures a perfect fit by way of a sockliner cuff around the ankle. In addition, the shoe features the lowest-profile midsole of any Nike Free shoe (4mm offset) enabling runners the thrill of running barefoot, without sacrificing support.Already introduced in Grey and a recent Gym Red variant, the new Nike Free Hypervenom 2 is officially presented in another colorway of Black for this summer 2015.
Essentially somewhat sleeker compared to its predecessor, the Free Hypervenom 2 inherits the same distinct patterned Hyperfuse mesh upper, while it now boasts a Flywire component to add even more security. Dipped entirely in Black, the understated hue is continued towards its midsole unit, alongside the application of White speckles.
All adhered atop a nike free run 2 White outsole unit with contrasting Black speckles, look for this variation of the Nike Free Hypervenom 2 at Nike retailers now for $130.Nike has released the Free 3.0 trainer - a fast and versatile new training shoe which lets athletes do it all: "run, cut, jump and lift". The upper of the shoe has been designed to support rapid lateral changes of direction, while the outsole is flexible and cushioned for comfort.
"Speed is a weapon. Athletes train hard to become faster," said Shawn Hoy, Senior Director of Nike Training Footwear. "The Free Trainer 3.0 is built to enable our athletes to become faster by allowing the foot to move naturally while providing stability regardless of how they are training."
"Athletes are faster when the foot moves naturally," adds the press release. "The innovative outsole of the Nike Free Trainer 3.0 features hexagonal flex grooves that offer six different flex points to enable natural motion. Mid-foot nike free run 5.0 technology provides superior stability and the support needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction."
The Nike Free Trainer 3.0 is now available at and select retail locations.
needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction