Building on the success of the Free Trainer 3.0, featuring natural motion flexibility in a lightweight chassis, Nike has launched its successor, the Free Trainer 5.0. Made for the athlete who requires more stability and cushioning, the shoe boasts two main performance benefits: first is a grippy Nike Free outsole with hexagonally-cut flex grooves allowing the foot to move naturally in every direction. Specifically, the individual hexes in the outsole are a little bigger than those in the Free Trainer 3.0, offering added stability and cushioning with the same level of flexibility, while the outsole sits one millimeter higher, accommodating different cushioning needs. The second major benefit is Nike Flywire technology for superior lockdown and lateral support, with the Free Trainer 5.0 offering five Flywire positions to the three on the Free Trainer 3.0, resulting in more stability for the newer model. The Nike Free 5.0 is available now at Nike.com and select retailers.