May 15, 2012 BY John Kim / 10
What gives the Nike Free a true ‘barefoot’ running experience is that it allows the foot to twist and contort in any direction the foot pleases. With that said, the Nike WMNS Free 3.0 V4 was put to the test as it was worn by a world-class contortionist (one who clearly knows a few twists and turns). The end result proves that the shoes didn’t inhibit the athlete at all, and in the end, become one with the Nike Free (with a dope shot of her becoming a Swoosh logo inside an oversized shoe-box). Full video and image stills below, so take a look and cop your Free 3.0 V4s in store or on Nike iD.
Tags: Nike Free 3.0 V4
"Didn't EXHIBIT the athlete at all"... Does anyone proofread these stories? Or do you not care because you figure no one is actually going to read them?
her face is scary but i would still f*ck cuz she flexible. use some of that paper to cover her mug and climb in dat box with her for 20 mins. oh yea n gimme da shoes
no stupid, inhibit, he was clearly talking about other running shoes that constrict/inhibit your feet unlike the free runs, i really hope you subscribe to replys so you can see how ignoratn you are.