January 26, 2010 BY Aaron Hope
If you’ve been wearing any of Nike’s Flywire-equipped runners, you know that one of the best parts is how supremely light they are. Because you can remove alot of the stiffer reinforcing materials, you end up with super-comfy, foot-formed kicks, especially the ones with neoprene sockliners.
Enter the Nike Footscape Freemotion, the Free-soled and Flywired version of a shoe that’s been killing it in Asia for almost a decade now. This style is sure to win over some stateside shoeheads, with its simple white on black colourway, and of course, the made-just-for-you feel. They should hit retailers soon, but Marquee Sole has a limited size run available already.