Nike has released the nike free 3.0 - a fast and versatile new training shoe which lets athletes do it all: "run, cut, jump and lift". The upper of the shoe has been designed to support rapid lateral changes of direction, while the outsole is flexible and cushioned for comfort.
"Speed is a weapon. Athletes train hard to become faster," said Shawn Hoy, Senior Director of Nike Training Footwear. "The nike free 3.0 v5 is built to enable our athletes to become faster by allowing the foot to move naturally while providing stability regardless of how they are training."
"Athletes are faster when the foot moves naturally," adds the press release. "The innovative outsole of the nike free run 3 features hexagonal flex grooves that offer six different flex points to enable natural motion. Mid-foot Nike Flywire technology provides superior stability and the support needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction."
Also the nike free trainer 5.0 sneaker plays prominently in the collection, and “meets the needs and demands of intense multisport workouts.”The sneaker, which provides added stability and cushioning, was released earlier this year to help “the athlete who runs, jumps, cuts and lifts to reach their peak physical potential.” In particular, it features an outsole with hexagon-cut flex grooves that let wearers more easily pivot from side to side.