Inspired by http://nike.com/” target=”_blank”>Nike‘s “Nature Amplified” design philosophy — one focused on the body in motion and driven by scientific data with direct athlete insight — the http://freshnessmag.com/2013/06/17/nike-flyknit-free-hyperfeel-preview/”>Nike Free Hyperfeel is created to move intuitively with the foot. The low-profile shoe has a drop-in Lunarlon insole with flex grooves, allowing the foot to have direct contact with the Lunarlon cushioning, while an ultra-thin waffle outsole means the foot hits closer to the ground. The shoe’s seamless construction reduces the number of components to just seven, highlighted by a Nike Flyknit upper providing compression fit and support. The result is a shoe that mimics the intricate workings of the human foot, with articulated Lunarlon foam replicating the cushioned pads under the foot and an outsole that protects like hardened skin on the sole. Finally, Dynamic Flywire flexes and contracts like ligaments. Check out a video overview below, and look for the Nike Free Hyperfeel to launch September 5th in the U.S., U.K. and Japan.
Release Date: September 5th, 2013 (Thursday)