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Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit “Multi-color” Pack for Summer 2014

April 29th, 2014 by | No comments

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With seemingly every Flyknit model brought out by the Swoosh, we’ve come to expect the signature multi-color look to arrive, so it shouldn’t come as a┬ásurprise┬áthat this Summer the Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit will be treated to multiple renditions of the look. Each pair shies away from the grey upper recently previewed in lieu of contrasting black and white bases to give the speckled print your full focus. Stick around after the click for a better view of these multi-color Nike Free 4.0 pairs and stay tuned for a release date via our Release Dates page in the near future.

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Nike Free A-Z

March 27th, 2013 by | No comments

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The beloved Nike Free line has been transformed into a story book of sorts, as this awesome new Nike INC feature expands on the design elements central to the runners in an alphabetical manner. There’s the Articulated Last, Barefoot Running, Natural Motion, Victory, and more. Get some sample shots of the shoes included (Which centers around the most recent collection of the Nike Free 3.0, Nike Free 4.0, Nike Free 5.0, Nike Free Trainer 5.0, and the Nike Free TR Breath) right after the jump and then go check out the full, interactive pamphlet that is Nike Free A-Z.

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Nike Free – Natural Motion Inspired Design

April 4th, 2012 by | 1 comment

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Since its inception the Nike Free line has always had the goal of emulating the natural motion of the foot front and center. That goal is kept in mind with 2012′s new trio of the Nike Free Run+ 3, the Nike Free 3.0, and the Nike Free 4.0 all of which were designed by Mark Miner. In this quick video series Miner breaks down the the design process a little bit, detailing the difficulties in maintaining the notion of natural motion while introducing the Dynamic Fit technology, what is essentially a constricting mechanism, to the line. Hit the jump for the vids and let us know if you are picking up any of these new Nike runners.

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