Nike Free Hyperfeel – Officially Unveiled
For decades, Nike has tried (successfully) the maximize the nature of the sneaker as an extension of the foot – have they reached the pinnacle with the Nike Free Hyperfeel? Officially unveiled today at a Innovation Summit right in the Nike World Headquarters, the Nike Free Hyperfeel has fewer total shoe parts and places the foot directly on top of the responsive LunarLon form, allowing the athlete and the footwear to create a symbiotic relationship. As part of the “Nature Amplified” ethos, the Hyperfeel is certainly an extension of the human form and should enhance natural ability thanks to the un-compromised comfort and function offered by Nike engineering. See the official imagery and video of the Nike Free Hyperfeel and stay tuned for a release in the US, UK, and Japan on September 5th at an MSRP of $175.
You all pay $180 for LeBron's and $230 for Foamposities that weigh 60 lbs and look like bacon strips so why does everyone complain about prices??
Great innovation! This is what Nike does better than anyone else. The price is too much but if it catches on, it will come down. As a sprint coach I can see a type of high performance athlete consumer all over these for the barefoot preparation in track as a transitional shoe.
Nike, I think you're getting carried away with the innovation=price increase stuff going on there. These are not worth $175 they're worth at the most $110, the very most I would buy them for. They're not making me run any faster than I could before so they're not worth it...
Un-be-lievable!!! Nike has made a sock and is charging $175 for it!! WOW...........smfh. Really Nike, really.
@JFresh_136 Prices go up with inflation and the demand for increase pay. Sad but true. The same Jordans that sold for 100 are 140 now.