Profile of the Nike Legend Trainer
What is it for? This training shoe is designed for everyday workouts in or out of the gym. It is built using lightweight materials, so your feet won’t drag you down when the going gets rough.
Who is it for? People who might enjoy wearing this footgear include those who:
- are looking for cheap training shoes
- want a versatile pair of shoes
- just started working out and not sure which footwear to purchase
Reliable traction. Rubber lines the bottom of the Nike Legend Trainer. The geometric tread patterns on this layer enhance a multi-directional grip.
Flexibility. Deep grooves are present on the forefoot to facilitate smooth forward movements. Meanwhile, a long line is placed at the lateral side of the forefoot to assist in lateral stability when the wearer does quick cuts or perform side-to-side movements. It also helps that the outsole flares out in this section
Cushioning. An injected foam makes up the midsole of the Nike Legend Trainer. This unit absorbs impact from running and jumping. It is built low-to-the-ground to keep the wearer stable during transitions and weight training.
Style. The Legend Trainer features a low-top construction so as not to impede ankle mobility. Its simple aesthetics easily pairs with gym clothes while also giving owners the option to use it with their everyday clothing.
The iconic Swoosh is placed on the lateral and the medial sides of the midfoot. It can also be seen on the outsole.
Coverage. Mesh makes up the top of the Nike Legend Trainer. This material allows air to cool the interior. Inside, a form-fitting sleeve prevents blistering and chafing. The cushioned collar and tongue also helps with in-shoe comfort.
Protection. Skin overlays are applied in high-wear areas like the toe box and the lace area. They protect the mesh against repeated abrasions.
Lockdown. This pair of training shoes has several features that keep the foot securely locked in. It has the Flywire technology integrated with the lacing system. A saddle-like feature wraps the medial side of the heel and also connects with the lace-up closure. When the shoestrings are cinched, these elements help tighten the fit.
This model uses internal and external heel panels. They prevent the back from collapsing and reduces rearfoot movement.