Run free from the streets to the trails with the Nike Free Run Trail
While Nike continues to hype the React technology into the limelight, the brand also pushes a few of its almost forgotten technologies into the forefront. One of which is the Nike Free Run spotted on countless iterations from Nike's running arsenal. After dressing some Nike sneakers, such as the Nike SB Nyjah Free and Nike SB Nyjah Free 2, the Free Run is now seen on Swoosh's latest model, the Free Run Trail.
This sneaker combines airy mesh and perforated suede on the upper, adding a premium touch with a stylish vibe. It also has a bootie-like construction for easy on and off while keeping a sleek profile. Meanwhile, the Free Run sole has trail-inspired reinforcement on hard-wear zones for grip on trails and flexibility for the urban terrains.
What is Nike Free Run technology?
Nike Free Run was launched in the mid to late '00s as the brand's most innovative running technology. This breakthrough tech is lightweight and shaped according to the anatomy of the foot for that barefoot-like feel. The deep grooves found on this outsole technology provide ultra-flexible strides and lets you enjoy the foot's natural movement.