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Nike Free Trainer 3.0 NRG has a supportive, glove-like fit for ultimate flexibility for a barefoot-like fit and feel.

UPPER: Lightweight, flexible blend of synthetic and mesh for a one-piece upper that offers a breathable and supportive fit. No-sew construction eliminates stitching and a Dynamic Fit wraps the forefoot for a glove-like fit. Straps anchored under the foot that connect to the laces allow for a customized fit.

Phylon midsole for lightweight cushioning and comfort.

OUTSOLE: Rubber with solid rubber pods in the heel and perimeter of the forefoot for added traction and durability. Wider grooves in the forefoot enhance toe grip during landings and push-offs.


Los Free Trainer 3.0 NRG de Nike brindan soporte, ajuste perfecto y flexibilidad, por lo que te sentirás descalzo cuando los tengas puestos. CORTE: Una sola pieza que combina cuero sintético y malla para brindar ventilación y soporte. Hechos sin costuras y

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