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A better game awaits.

Designed with deep flex grooves that mimic the feel of bare feet, the Nike Free TR Fit 3 offers lightweight comfort and natural movement for training.

Cushioning foam and strategically-placed rubber pods create unrivaled cushioning and versatile traction.

UPPER: Breathable, thin lightweight mesh with internal zonal support for comfort and stability.

INSOLE: Fabric lining and removable EVA for comfort. Cushlon foam for responsive cushioning.

OUTSOLE: The deeply grooved rubber ensures a natural range of motion. Strategically-placed rubber pods in heel and forefoot ensure training on both indoor and outdoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: (6.5 oz.)


Diseñados con ranuras profundas que emulan la sensación de trotar descalzo, los Free TR Fit 3 de Nike son ligeros, cómodos y permiten un movimiento más natural al entrenar. Su espuma para acolchonar y sus cápsulas de hule brindan un acolchonamiento inigual

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