Looking to cater to all athletes, Nike has introduced the new Free Trainer 5.0 for the athlete who demands slightly more stability and cushioning, in comparison to its Nike Free Trainer 3.0 counterpart. The Nike Free outsole with hexagonally-cut flex grooves allows the foot to move naturally, while rubber gripping on the outsole provides traction. The hexes in the outsole of the Free Trainer 5.0 are a little bigger than those in the Free Trainer 3.0 to provide added stability and cushioning but with the same level of flexibility. Furthermore, the outsole of the Free Trainer 5.0 sits one millimeter higher than the Free Trainer 3.0.
Although both Nike Free Trainers offer a highly breathable upper with Nike Flywire technology, the Free Trainer 3.0 has three Nike Flywire positions to the five positions designed into the upper of the Free Trainer 5.0 for added stability.
The new Nike Free Trainer 5.0 is now available online at Nike.com.
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