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  1. Free Yourself!
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Free Yourself!

Lightweight training shoe from Nike.

UPPER: Lightweight mesh for maximum breathability. No-sew construction with adaptive fit technology for a comfortable fit.

MIDSOLE: Dual-density foam with Nike Free flex grooves for a barefoot experience. Midfoot wrap-up offers additional lateral support.

OUTSOLE: Delta node pattern for ultimate grip. DiamondFlex design helps with multi-directional movement.

WEIGHT: 10.6 oz.


Libera tu mente (y tus pies) con los Free Trainer V3 de Nike. CORTE: Malla ligera para obtener lo máximo en ventilación. Hechos sin costuras y con tecnología que mejora su ajuste. Suela media de espuma gruesa con ondas de flexibilidad Nike Free para sentir

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