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Game Royal/Wolf Grey/Reflective Silver

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The Nike Free Haven 3.0 training shoe combines a barefoot-like feel and supportive fit, with flexibility and superior traction.

UPPER: One-piece synthetic and mesh design mimics the natural movement of the foot, while the seamless construction has an outer layer with perforations for flexibility. Dynamic Fit construction wraps the forefoot for a glove-like fit, while the sidewall keeps the foot in place during diagonal movements. Durable phylon midsole.

OUTSOLE: Solid rubber sole with pods in the heel and perimeter of the forefoot for added traction and durability. For training on field turf, the track, concrete or hardwood. WEIGHT: (9.4 oz.)


Cuando entrenas con los Free Haven 3.0 de Nike sientes que trotas descalzo sin perder soporte, flexibilidad y una tracción superior. CORTE: Una sola pieza de material sintético y malla que imita el movimiento natural del pie, además de que viene sin costur

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