Nike Free Gym+
Nike Free was introduced in 2004 as a platform to give runners a truly barefoot feel. Taking things a step closer for that might-as-well-be-wearing-nothing feel is the Nike Free Gym+, a gym shoe with a second-skin fit and feel with cushioning, traction, and flexibility inspired by the most limber and flexible yogis. The Free Gym+ was designed specifically for mind-body classes that are typically taken barefoot, but it’s also suitable for training workouts as it protects your feet from what lives on a gym floor (not the most sanitary of places) while allowing your feet to contort to your heart’s desire. A dose of cool: the Nike Free Gym+ has a naturally odor-absorbing lining infused with volcanic rock-derived fibers. Weighing it at just 5 oz., the Nike Free Gym’s ultra-light low-profile enhances speed and reactivity while the Flywire cables and soft mesh upper plays its role in reducing the overall weight. The Nike Free Gym+ is available now at Nikestore so get your training back on track with Nike’s lightest training shoe for women to date.
Nike WMNS Free Gym+
Metallic Dark Grey/Dark Grey-Bright Mango
They are minimalist running shoes. They aren't trying to make a fashion statement with these its more of a functionality thing.
^^ kind of like a rift. more minimal/ less cushioning. looks like an answer to the Vibram 5 Fingers. Been wondering if they were gonna go down that road. Will see about mens.