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Nike Free Hyperfeel Run Trail

September 5th, 2013 by / 1

Trail Running’s been a big part of the Oregonian sporting life. It’s played an integral role in the foundation f Nike as well, as co-founder Bill Bowerman used this rugged landscape as a training ground for his University of Oregon Cross Country camps. Combining the landscape with years of research and advanced design, Nike has created the Nike Free Hyperfeel Run Trail, designed with the Nature Amplified concept. It combines natural motion and the response of Lunarlon cushioning with an incredible barefoot-running style, with the distinct shape and style giving Nike fans plenty to be excited about. The Nike Free Hyperfeel Trail is available now at Nike.com for men and women in various colors and sizes so continue on for an official look and give us your thoughts on this incredible new design.


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Trill Smith
Trill Smith

Now, I'm no trail runner but I would think running in dirt, rocks and a terrain that is uneven you would want a more cushioned and supportive shoe. A 'hyperfeel' trail shoe sounds a bit like an oxymoron to me. We, the consumer, just trusts Nike knows what they are doing I suppose.

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