July 10th, 2014 by Patrick Johnson
The “Split Sole” color blocking has helped revitalize the Nike Free Run 2 recently, adding an original touch to the instant classic runner that here has the back mesh heel extended in scope to the back of the midsole. The interesting look has caught on and today we get a look at the latest colorway, one that boasts a Dark Obsidian base while the overlays alternate between a Neutral Grey and Orange for an added bit of vibrancy. While a stateside release hasn’t been set just yet, you can catch a better glimpse after the click and grab a pair at international retailers like Caliroots today.
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March 17th, 2012 by Aaron Hope
The Nike Free Run is a series that’s moved units and seen its influence stretch as far as this year’s Air Max flagship, and now this reboot gets back to the roots of the 2010 original that emphasized a densely tesselated multilayer mesh. The Free Run+ iD branches out several degrees from this base, allowing your choice of either a diamond pattern that implies that earlier construction or the new Hybrid style that adds a reinforced sidewall reminiscent of the LunarGlide. Both of them can accommodate the minimal 3.0 sole or a slightly less ‘barefoot’ 5.0, and as you can see in the samples depicted below, all of the combinations are ripe for high energy colorups. Click through to get an idea of what’s possible, then head to NIKEiD to create your own.
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