This Nike Free Trainer 3.0 Shoes - SU14 is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
|Black / White||UK 7|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 7|
|Yellow / Black||UK 7|
|Black / White||UK 7.5|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 7.5|
|Yellow / Black||UK 7.5|
|Black / White||UK 8|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 8|
|Yellow / Black||UK 8|
|Black / White||UK 8.5|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 8.5|
|Yellow / Black||UK 8.5|
|Black / White||UK 9|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 9|
|Yellow / Black||UK 9|
|Black / White||UK 9.5|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 9.5|
|Yellow / Black||UK 9.5|
|Black / White||UK 10|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 10|
|Yellow / Black||UK 10|
|Black / White||UK 10.5|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 10.5|
|Yellow / Black||UK 10.5|
|Black / White||UK 11|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 11|
|Yellow / Black||UK 11|
|Black / White||UK 11.5|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 11.5|
|Yellow / Black||UK 11.5|
|Black / White||UK 12|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 12|
|Yellow / Black||UK 12|
|Black / White||UK 13|
|Green / Yellow / White||UK 13|
|Yellow / Black||UK 13|
The Nike Free Trainer 3.0 Men's Training Shoe blends a supportive, breathable upper with a flexible outsole for a barefoot-like training experience. Dynamic Fit technology uses Flywire cables to wrap the arch for a glove-like feel.
Nike Free Origins
After learning that Stanford athletes had been training barefoot on the university's golf course, three of Nike's most innovative and creative employees set out to develop a shoe that felt natural and weightless, similar to bare feet. In 2002, they examined a group of men and women with pressure-measuring insoles taped to their feet, using high-speed cameras to capture images of each foot in motion.
The team spent eight years studying the biomechanics of shoeless running. The results yielded a profound understanding of the foot's natural landing angle, pressure and toe position, allowing Nike designers to build an unconventional and flexible running shoe from the inside out.
Nike Running is a company founded in 1972 in Oregon, USA by runners, for runners, Nike revolutionised the concept of cushioning in shoes with it's patented 'Air' technology in 1979, and some of the most famous running shoes ever have featured the famous Swoosh logo, including the iconic Nike Air Pegasus.
As part of an ongoing quest for innovation and improving the experience for runners at every level, the brand launched Nike Plus in 2006. This allows real-time tracking of data during runs which is then stored as an online log, with each member becoming part of a global running community. Initially launched to be compatible with the Apple ipod nano for runners who love music, it was extended in 2008 to include the Nike Plus Sportband for runners who chose to move without music.
Nike started as a running company and in the words of one of the company's earliest print advertisements. 'There is no Finish Line...'
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