All of Nike’s hard work in the labs and out in the field, testing, tweaking, and experimenting with minimalism all results in the Nike Free HyperFeel Run, their most minimalist runner to-date. Constructed with a Flyknit upper with Flywire reinforcements, you can literally count the number of components on just your fingers (hopefully): 7. The average Nike shoe has 57. Inside, Lunarlon cushioning and a re-engineered waffle outsole are the only thing between your foot and the Mother Nature herself. Coming in both men’s and women’s sizes and colors, each sporting tread and traction only where it’s needed (thanks to pressure mapping technology), you can purchase this pseudo second skin now at http://nike.com/us/en_us/c/running” target=”_blank”>Nike Running retailers across the map. Until then, see more preview shots after the click.
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