Give your naturally flexible feet the support and cushion they need when you run wearing Nike Free 5.0+ running shoes. Avid runners to beginners will enjoy the comfortable feel of the barefoot-like-upper built with extremely soft mesh and Dynamic Flywire cables designed to enhance the support you get from the shoe. Perfect for long distance runs and fast paced training.
Upper: Dynamic Flywire cables move naturally with the body, tightening during changes of direction to enhance support. A lace up front offers a customizable fit. Flat laces reduce pressure points on the top of the foot. Padded tongue and heel collar enhance instep comfort. Flexible mesh provides targeted support while keeping your feet cool.
Midsole: Nike+ makes it easy to track your runs, measure time, distance, pace, and calories with the Nike+ Running app. The Nike+ ready Free 5.0 midsole provides superior cushioning. Removable insole.
Outsole: BRS 1000 carbon rubber heel and environmentally preferred rubber offers durability. Waffle piston outsole absorbs impact and enhances cushioning and response. Abrasion-resistance carbon rubber under high-wear areas offer increased durability.
Nike+ gives you feedback on how you're running, while you are running. This amazing technology allows you to track your distance, pace, time and calories burned during your runs. You can hear this information through your iPod® nano if you're using the Nike+ iPod® Sport Kit or see it all on your wrist with a Nike+ Sportband.
Simply slip the Nike+ sensor, sold separately in the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit and Nike+ Sportband, into the specially made shoe pocket and head out. The Nike+ pocket under the sockliner provides a comfortable and secure place for the Nike+ sensor.
The Nike+ sensor uses a sensitive accelerometer to measure your every step, then wirelessly transfers this data to the receiver on you iPod nano or Nike+ Sportband so you can stay focused on your training.
Shoefitr lets you try on shoes online by showing you how they will fit.
Shoefitr uses 3D scanners to collect a shoe's internal measurements.
The measurements of your current shoe are compared to the one you want...
...and Shoefitr recomments the best fit.