Nike Free Run

The Nike Free Series will be replaced by the new Nike Free Run. Sticking with its heritage of the Free 5.0, the Free Run will be a good shoe for anyone looking to dive into the world of minimalist style running. Built on a proven platform, more flexibility, and a more barefoot-like feel (The heel to ball offset is also 1 mm lower than it was in the 5.0 V4.) the New Free Run is the ultimate strength enhancer for your feet. (Updated Model : Nike Free Run 2)

MSRP : US$85
Weight : 8.8 oz / 249 gm
Predecessor : Free 5.0 V4
Product Cycle : RY.2010.DY.2011.March.
Features : Gender Specific, Nike Plus, Phylite Midsole, Molded Sockliner, Breathable mesh, Waffle

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PN : Recommended for runner looking for shoes that mimics barefoot running or a Light-weight performance shoe.

NikeLunarSwift5V4StickerHistory : Free Run Series : Run('10) : Free 5.0 Sries : 5.0 V4('09), 5.0 V3~1

ZebarPlusGlossryBRS 1000™ : A highly durable carbon rubber we invented for use in outsoles. BRS stands for Blue Ribbon Sports, which was our name before we came up with Nike. The tie-in? Both BRS and Nike last ... and last...

Nike Free : It simulates barefoot running while wearing a shoe. As this shoe allows the muscles in the foot to gain strength by providing less constriction, runners are advised to gradually break into the shoe rather than immediately running long distances as to prevent muscle cramps and other discomforts.

Nike Plus : A pocket under the sockliner for secure placement of Nike+ sensor. Connected to iPod nano, information on time, distance, calories burned and pace is stored on iPod and displayed on the screen; real-time audible feedback also is provided through headphones.

Outsole : Strategic placement of multiple types of rubber and Waffle traction pattern for durability, proprioceptive feedback and a smooth, sure-footed stride from heel-strike to toe-off.

Phylite : Nike's lightweight midsole material designed for a resilient ride with enough durability to double as an outsole.

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