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JW802624 Nike Mujeres Free 5.0 Running Zapatos - Negro/Azul 724383-008

JW802624 Nike Mujeres Free 5.0 Running Zapatos - Negro/Azul 724383-008

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    p>strong>Making the transition to barefoot running? This lightly cushioned natural running shoe is great to start with./strong>/p>p>em>Colour: Black / Chalk Blue / Hyper Orange/em>/p>p>Ideal for runners new to Nike Free, the Nike Free 5.0 Women's Running Shoe offers excellent lightweight cushioning and support while enabling a more natural running experience.br/>br/>strong>Enhanced Movement/strong>br/>br/>Hexagonal flex grooves offer six points of flexibility to let your foot move naturally in every direction.br/>br/>strong>Natural Stride/strong>br/>br/>With an 8mm offset between heel and forefoot height, the Nike Free 5.0 features a low-profile midsole and a rounded heel to encourage a more natural footstrike.br/>br/>strong>Support/strong>br/>br/>The engineered mesh upper provides the comfort and fit you'd expect of a traditional shoe, conforming to the shape of your foot to support you as you move. Flywire integrated with the laces delivers added support and an adaptive fit.br/>br/>strong>More Benefits/strong>/p>ul>li>Full bootie construction for seamless comfort/li>li>No-sew overlays provide support and durability without added weight/li>li>Molded sockliner mimics your foot's shape for added support/li>li>Sandwich mesh tongue provides comfort and ventilation/li>li>Solid rubber under the toe enhances traction and durability/li>li>Waffle outsole pistons absorb impact and add responsiveness/li>/ul>p>strong>Product Details/strong>/p>ul>li>Weight: 6.55 ounces (women's size 8)/li>li>Midsole offset: 8mm/li>/ul>p>strong>NIKE FREE ORIGINS/strong>/p>p>After learning that Stanford athletes had been training barefoot on the university's golf course, three of Nike's most innovative and creative employees set out to develop a shoe that felt natural and weightless, similar to bare feet. In 2002, they examined a group of men and women with pressure measuring insoles taped to their feet, using high-speed cameras to capture images of each foot in motion. The team spent eight years studying the biomechanics of shoeless running. The results yielded a profound understanding of the foot's natural landing angle, pressure and toe position, allowing Nike designers to build an unconventional running shoe from the inside out./p> /div>/li>