Run, jump and lift- the versatility required from a training shoe is endless. A cushioned yet stable platform, that delivers speed is a balance every athlete demands. The new Nike Free Trainer 3.0 accurately performs on each of these levels.
Hexagonal flex grooves on the sole offer six different flex points to enable natural motion. At the mid-foot Nike Flywire technology provides stability and the support needed for rapid lateral movements and cuts in every direction.
The low-profile stance of the Nike Free Trainer 3.0 was designed specifically for response and to help maintain balance and proper form when doing squats or lifting weights.
“Speed is a weapon. Athletes train hard to become faster. They need a shoe that enables them to run, cut, jump and lift. The Free Trainer 3.0 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,” said Shawn Hoy, Senior Director, Nike Training Footwear.
Nike tick (no pun intended) the performance criteria every time, and as you can see- aesthetically they are more than pleasing on the eye.