March 7, 2011 BY John Kim
In 2004, Nike unveiled the Nike Free, a running shoe that fit the form and motion of the human foot. For the Nike Free Run 2, the design team took the ‘human foot’ inspiration a bit further, designing the upper after the anatomy of the human foot. The upper layers mimic the ligaments, muscles, and bones – the inner workings of the foot – and offer a wider range of motion, and combined with the all-new Free grooved traction, the Free Run+ 2 is pretty much an extension of your body. The Free Run+ 2 is now available at Nike Running retailers worldwide so continue reading for a detailed look at the newest Nike Free lineage and let us know what you think.
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