The Nike Free + Flyknit made a baby + named her the Nike Free 3.0 Flyknit. These kicks are designed to create the *most natural running experience.* Accordingly to Nike, the Nike Free 3.0 Flyknit “helps you run the way you were meant to with an ultra-low-profile midsole + a lightweight, supportive Flyknit upper.” Sounds fancy.
NO NEED TO WEAR SOCKS //
FEELIN’ FREE BABY. I’m not a sock person, so these kicks spoke to me. There’s a *molded sockliner* [literally, it looks like a built in orange sock] that adjusts to your foot’s shape.
NEXT LEVEL FLEXIBILITY//
Your feet will be able to move in these shoes. Not only are they extremely light, which is always nice, but they are SO flexible. It actually has *hexagonal flex grooves* that allows your foot to move naturally in ever direction. #BOOM
COMFY + SUPPORTIVE//
These shoes are extremely comfortable, period [I mean… they’re a shoe//sock hybrid remember ; )]. BUT, there’s definitely a generous amount of support — especially for a lightweight shoe — due to their snug + adaptive fit [#NextLevelFlexibility].
Orange is the new EVERYTHING… #kinda. Granted, you probably wouldn’t catch me in an orange anything BESIDES kicks. I really love these. ++ they are called MANGO orange [my favorite fruit]. Soo — YEP.
Reason being? #DaBlistas. I regret not going a size up — particularly when running, as they are very *squished* at the top of the shoe. Since the kicks are very thin, they caused blisters on the top of my toes. SooOoooO moral of the story: make sure you try them on in-store before you purchase. : )
While Nike considers these *running* shoes — I personally love these for cross-training [like BOOTYCAMP workouts!]. I prefer a shoe like the Nike Air Pegasus 31 Flash or the Brooks Ghost 7 for mid-distance or long runs.
Psst: these are on SALE right now [$30 off!] — grab ’em here!