March 28, 2012 BY John Kim / 5
“…Actually, I want them to feel nothing.”
Does the perfect piece of footwear make for the perfect workout? Nike seems to think so. The newly designed Nike Free Advantage does just that by utilizing a revolutionary laser-cut upper that features ample triple-axis cut-outs, allowing the athlete to move about in any direction without feeling any sort of hindrance, permitting unencumbered movements of forward, backward, and side-to-side direction. Check out the new Nike Free Advantage on Hope Solo and Perri Shakes-Drayton as well as complete video detailing the Nike Free Advantage below with designer Sebastien Mermet below and look out for the Nike Free Advantage at retailers soon.
definitely a cool piece of footwear. would like to see them in a few other colors for men but they are definitely a nice sneaker to workout in from their look!
i doubt they will be more that 100-110. the new nike free run and 3.0 are laser cut and are both 90-100 ( i got mine preoreder 4 80 though)