Nike’s training shoe range gets an upgrade for early 2015 with this new and developed Nike Free Trainer 3.0; a focussed and improved approach to providing athletes with the ultimate training shoe.
Versatility in a shoe design is key for training and athletes require a variety of support to assist them in achieving their goals. The Nike Free Trainer 3.0 harnesses some of Nike’s most innovative ideas to provide a complete support system. It starts with the flexible upper, with dynamic Flywire in the mid-foot area for stability, lateral movements and quick cuts. The outsole features Nike’s Free technology in it’s most challenging form with the the 3.0 cushioning allowing for the foot to move in the most natural way possible. Featuring hexagonal grooves, the outsole also provides stability and responsive support for maintaining balance and proper posture while training.
The aesthetics aren’t anything particularly challenging and new, but it’s just part of the bigger picture here. The simple but effective contrasting of those neon accents and the grey tones are familiar, but a combination we still really admire.
Available from Nike.com now.
Find out more about Nike Free technology in our interview with Nike Free designer Tobie Hatfield.