Ten percent lighter than its predecessor, the Nike Free 5.0 trainer offers locked-down support while permitting your foot to move naturally to help you meet the demands of intense multi-sport workouts.
Features Nike Free Trainer Cross-Training Shoe
For increased agility, outsole flex grooves create 6 points of flexibility, permitting your foot to move naturally in every way.
Flywire cables integrate with the laces for a supportive, adaptive fit that does not weight your foot down.
For fast movements and hard lateral cuts, support is provided by a powerful and lightweight woven mesh upper.
Size and fit
With Nike, the fit generally runs little.
The user would be top to go up a size to compensate.
The free trainer design is naturally fine, due to the proprietary means of makeup.
What that being said, a mesh is a costly material.
It can stretch a pretty to fit the foot, and it does not grip the foot or announce a defined structure like fake material would.
This makes it a versatile fit for the user, permitting the material to form fit the foot.
The outsole of the shoe specs a tackled rubberized part.
The base sits about half an inch the ground, vital to keeping that minimal structure and build.
The draw of the outsole comes at the undercarriage.
Flex grooves extend slightly from the base of the shoe.
These grooves are located carefully, ensuring they reach the right areas of benefit.
The midsole represents a thin layer of support that increases durability and cushioning concerns.
The Phylite stuff is proprietary to the Nike brand.
This material is made from a mixture of phylon and rubber.
Phylon provides the shoe a lightweight notion, while the rubber includes the durability part.
Phylon also doubles as a cushion, mimicking the properties of memory foam.