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  1. Set Yourself Free
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Set Yourself Free

An ultra-lightweight training shoe designed for comfort and support, with the barefoot-like flexibility and traction we want and need. Nike Free shoes are designed to let feet move more freely and naturally, which requires our muscles to work a little harder.

UPPER: A synthetic-leather upper offers lightweight support and breathability, while a no-sew construction enhances flexibility, natural motion and comfort.

MIDSOLE: Internal structural support and midsole cushioning delivers lightweight comfort.

OUTSOLE: Deeply grooved rubber outsole ensures a natural range of motion and rubber pods at the heel and forefoot create multidirectional traction.

WEIGHT: 6.8 oz.


Diseñados para entrenar cómodamente, con seguridad y experimentar una flexibilidad y tracción similar a si estuvieras descalza. CORTE: Cuero sintético ligero que brinda soporte y ventilación, mientras que su diseño sin costuras los hace más flexibles, perm

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