In the 11th year of the popular Nike Free franchise, Nike introduces three evolved running styles: the Nike Free 3.0 Flyknit, the Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit and the Nike Free 5.0.
The new models take the next step toward harnessing the natural motion of a runner’s feet and body – not by adding, but by honing down to the design features that give runners a natural running experience.
The collection features redesigned uppers engineered to work holistically with the shoe’s natural flexibility. The ecosystem offers runners a progression of three natural ride options:
- Nike Free 3.0 Flyknit: Nike’s most natural ride with a snug Flyknit upper and 4-millimeter heel-to-toe offset
- Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit: A cushioned, natural ride with a contoured Flyknit upper and 6-millimeter offset
- Nike Free 5.0: Nike’s most cushioned, natural ride with an engineered upper and 8-millimeter offset
Nike designers don’t see Nike Free as a shoe made up of individual features. Instead, they’ve created an ecosystem in which each of the shoe’s attributes work in concert to enable the natural movement of the foot. The form, materials and technology of Nike Free summer footwear harmonize to achieve 360-degree natural motion.
The Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit and Nike Free 5.0 are available through NIKEiD beginning March 23. The full Nike Free ecosystem will be available on nike.com and in stores April 2.
Nike Free 2015 Women’s Collection
Nike Free 2015 Men’s Collection