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|In 2014, Nike marked a decade of developing its Free technology, an idea that is based on Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman’s philosophy that “It’s all about the feet —it’s not about the shoes.”
This spring, Nike is Adidas ZX Flux Femme Rose further expanding its Free offering with several additions that feature new geometric auxetic midsoles designed to aid in an athlete’s natural motion and help develop strength.
So what exactly is an auxetic midsole? Auxetic materials become thicker and stronger widthwise when they are stretched lengthwise and vice versa.
This technology allows the shoe to account for the foot’s expansion when it strikes the ground.
Three-time gold medal sprinter and Nike athlete Allyson Felix said that wearing Nike Free footwear helps strengthen Nike Air Max 2016 Femme her feet.
“I really like having that natural movement in my shoes,” she said. “Everyone’s feet are different, so it’s great to have a shoe that really moves with you.”
The Free footwear is split into running and training categories. The new running styles include the Free RN Motion Flyknit, Free RN Flyknit and Adidas Gazelle Dame Free RN. The training category includes the women’s Free Transform Flyknit and the men’s Free Train Force Flyknit.
The Nike Free RN Flyknit and Nike Free RN are available for men, women and in youth sizes.
Heel strikers will love the Free Run +2. It offers an extremely smooth heel to toe transition, mainly because Adidas ZX Flux Womens of its uniquely designed sole. For our tester, it was a pleasure to feel his feet flexing each step of the run – starting from the heel to mid- and fore-foot, and eventually his toes. There was no doubt that the deeply cut grooves in the sole were doing their stuff – opening up and allowing the sole to follow the motion of the foot. The shoe was designed to mimic barefoot running, which is more associated with mid to forefoot running. However, with such a sole, and its relatively higher heel to toe drop (compared to other Nike Roshe Run Dames barefoot shoes), there’s no reason why you wouldn’t want to revert to a more conventional form of running.