Nike successfully captured a barefoot running sensation when it first came out with the Free series, which uses anatomically shaped foam cushioning with deep cuts and ridges to support a natural and uninhibited range of movement. Complimented by a minimalistic light-weight upper, the Free is popular among athletes and day wearers alike, putting the shoes not only on the tracks but on the streets as well.
Now, Nike has now added to the family with the new Free Run 5.0 and 3.0 models. The former model features a layered upper reminiscent of its predecessor, the Free Run 2, while the latter model adopts the classic laceless, light-weight, super minimal design. Both models come in various colorways to fit your personal style, on and off the tracks.
Both models are now available at the nike.com, retailing at $100 USD for the 5.0 and $130 USD for the 3.0.
While you’re at it, be sure to also check out the new Game of Thrones x adidas UltraBOOST Collection.
- Sneaker News