Nike Free 3.0 v5

Feel the ground with the Nike Free 3.0 v5. Built on a low to the ground and ultra flexible platform, the Free 3.0 v5 pad your every move with adequate impact protection with Nike midsole Phylite in deep sipes to give your feet to move naturally.

MSRP : US$110
Weight : 7.2 oz / 201 gm
Predecessor : Free 3.0 v4
Product Cycle : RY.2013.DY.20XX.
Features : Style : Gender Specific : Upper : Engineered Mesh, Bootie Tongue, Molded sockliner, Strobel Last : Midsole : Phylite™ Midsole, Free Sipes, Transtarsal Flex Grooves : Outsole : BRS 1000™

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Bootie Tongue : Combines the tongue and upper into one seamless piece for a comfortable sock-like fit.

BRS 1000™, Rearfoot : A highly durable carbon rubber we invented for use in out-soles. 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...

Engineered Mesh : A light-weight upper mesh which is engineered to provide ventilation and support where you need it.

Molded Sockliner : Underfoot inserts which are molded based on the curvature of the foot for a closer fit, to provides additional cushioning and comfort.

Free Sipes : A gender-specific flex grooves midsole cut to produced a barefoot-like flexibility while maintaining stability.

Phylite™, Midsole : Nike's lightweight mid-sole material designed for a resilient ride with enough durability to double as an out-sole.

Stroble Last : The upper is attached to a thin material that is patterned on the shape or silhouette of the midsole. Traditional strobel lasts use a thin cloth material, while newer variations use a thin sheet of EVA for a more cushioned feel.

Transtarsal Flex Grooves : Deep cuts flex grooves which runs diagonally under the midfoot area for increased flexibility and mobility to increase foot strength.

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