http://nike.com/” target=”_blank”>Nike is demonstrating a commitment to the athlete who refuses to let inclement weather dampen (no pun intended) his or her fitness regimen. That commitment is expressed by a three-letter application that’s been used on the brand’s http://freshnessmag.com/2011/09/09/nike-shield-collection/” target=”_blank”>running shoes (including http://freshnessmag.com/2011/10/12/nikeid-nike-running-shield-collection/” target=”_blank”>customizable models on http://nikeid.nike.com/” target=”_blank”>NIKEiD), and now on a pair of Trainer 1.3 Mid: DWR, or Durable Water Resistant technology, the protective properties of which the brand identifies with the Shield designation. In addition to a waterproof workout, the Trainer 1.3 Mid Shield provides a lockdown, stable fit thanks to Flywire, while the modified Free outsole delivers superior flex and comfort. A warm fleece lining, cushioned collar and enhanced traction round out the features. The shoe is available now on http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/?l=shop,pdp,ctr-inline/cid-1/pid-417094/pgid-417096″ target=”_blank”>Nikestore.com. Check out all three colorways following the jump.