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Ideal for runs up to 3 miles, the Nike Free RN Flyknit 3.0 delivers a lace-free design so you can slip in and hit your stride. An updated flex groove pattern and modified midsole foam provides more flexibility than its predecessor, creating a barefoot sensation with every step. A mix of supportive and stretchy yarns are zonally placed for comfort that moves with your foot.
Glued to track
MiłoszJ975914125 - 03 Jun 2020
Feels like naked feet glued to the track. Amazing stuff... but not for walking, they're too tight. I've ordered with NIKE ID customization.. the name peeled off after two runs. Not a big deal for running but you know... quality Nike :/
I S. - 26 Feb 2020
This shoes are good all around, I wear them for school, short runs and at the gym. They run quite small and tight even though i got a half size up, and breaking them in is rather uncomfortable but once you do they are less tight, the do feel very comfortable. The pink is also hot pink, hopefully with a little wear and time, it will turn darker. Overall i do recommend this shoe for anyone who is looking for a casual wear, short runs/sprint and for training at the gym.
Runs way too small
12752908417 - 16 Feb 2020
The shoe itself looks great but even getting my usual size from Nike, I couldn't get my foot in! I think if I were to get a half size bigger it wouldve helped.