Sustainable Materials

Nike Free Metcon 6

Women's Workout Shoes


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White/Platinum Tint

The Free Metcon 6 opens your world of workout possibilities. We added even more forefoot flexibility to our most adaptable trainer and reinforced the heel with extra foam. That means more freedom for dynamic movements during plyos and cardio classes, plus the stable base you need for weights.

  • Shown: White/Platinum Tint
  • Style: FJ7126-101

Shipping & Returns

Pick-up available at select Nike Stores.

How This Was Made

  • This product was responsibly designed utilizing recycled materials from post-consumer and/or post-manufactured waste. One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product’s footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns, and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions. Our goal is to use as much recycled materials as possible without compromising on performance, durability and style.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (10)

3.9 Stars

  • Jessicah875941033 - Jun 17, 2024

    They’re ok, they do feel smaller. I would go up half a size. I bought the 5s in size 7 and I got these in a size 7 but they feel much more snug

  • Best shoes yet.

    Tina18240732 - Jun 16, 2024

    The best shoes yet. Love them telling all my friends at the gym. My trainer [Name removed] introduce me to the Metcon 4, 5, and now 6 best shoes to train in.

  • Cute online, but unattractive in-person.

    tanyar203532926 - Jun 15, 2024

    Cute online, but unattractive in-person. The wide toe box is comfy. But, I hate the look of these compared my older Metcon 4 and 5’s. They look extremely wide because they are made of some type of scuba-like material that doesn’t conform to the shape of the foot and gapes near the arch (which, by the way, sits oddly on this version). I typically LOVE Nike shoes and own many. But, frankly, I am shocked that these were released.