08/04/2016
Fancy footwork.

Words by

Roula Abi Dib

Nike Free is now freer than ever.

The sportswear giant has just come out with new technology for its much-loved Nike Free. The newbies are designed to enable your foot’s natural motion with an outsole flexibility that mimics the changing shape of the foot. It expands multi-directionally for dynamic movement, putting your foot in control, rather than the shoe. And it makes us really want to join a gym just to have an excuse to own a pair.

The five new additions are the Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit, Nike Free RN Flyknit, Nike Free RN, Women’s Nike Free Transform Flyknit and Men’s Nike Free Train Force Flyknit. 

All are available for purchase right now, except for the Nike Free RN Motion Flyknit which will be available from May 5.

nikestore.com.au

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