The Free Run 2 is made from leather and mesh, coming together for an anthropomorphic and ergonomic aesthetic that is centered around the tan leather panel that encompasses the mesh base. In this particular colorway, not only does the sneaker look perfect for the fall months that are upon us, but it also channels a clean Hender Scheme-esque vibe giving the shoe a luxe feel.
Aside from colors, the shoe features a deep-grooved, soft-foam underfoot that provides the wearer with a “bare foot” feel, making these shoes great for running and really feeling contact with the ground. The shoe is constructed like a very low cut bootie, but laces running along the tongue have been added for good measure.
Nike’s Free Run 2 in “Pure Platinum/Wolf Grey/Sail/Fossil Stone” can be seen above and purchased from Nike now for $110 USD.
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