US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101
US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101
US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101
US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101
US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101
US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101

US Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print White/University Blue/Hot Lava/Black Nike Sneakers Shoes 729515_101

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    More cushioned than the 3.0 and closer to the ground than the 5.0, the Nike Free 4.0 V5 Print and Women's Nike Running Shoes are designed to unleash your natural stride with a low-profile midsole and a lightweight, seamless mesh upper.A CUSHIONED, NATURAL RIDE.

    Enhanced Movement

    Hexagonal flex grooves offer six points of flexibility to let your foot move naturally in every direction. Secondary cuts in the midsole enhance natural range of motion.

    Natural Stride

    With a 6mm offset between heel and forefoot height, the Nike Free 4.0 features a very low-profile midsole and a rounded heel to encourage a more natural footstrike.

    Support

    The one-piece, seamless mesh upper with synthetic overlays delivers breathability and lightweight support.

    More Benefits

        Asymmetrical lacing reduces lace pressure
        Non-stretch heel material for structure and support
        Molded sockliner mimics your foot's shape for added support
        Solid rubber under the toe enhances traction and durability
        Waffle outsole pistons absorb impact and add responsiveness

    Product Details

        Weight: 7.55 ounces (Women's size 10)
        Midsole offset: 6mm

    NIKE FREE ORIGINS

    After learning that Stanford athletes had been training barefoot on the university's golf course, three of Nike's most innovative and creative employees set out to develop a shoe that felt natural and weightless, similar to bare feet. In 2002, they examined a group of men and women with pressure measuring insoles taped to their feet, using high-speed cameras to capture images of each foot in motion. The team spent eight years studying the biomechanics of shoeless running. The results yielded a profound understanding of the foot's natural landing angle, pressure and toe position, allowing Nike designers to build an unconventional running shoe from the inside out....
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