Inspired by Nike’s “Nature Amplified” design ethos, the Nike Free Hyperfeel features precise placement of cushioning and outsole traction for a low-profile shoe that provides padding and protection only where necessary. Nike Flyknit in the upper provides a compression fit and Nike Flywire cables lend additional support to help lock the foot down. The upper’s seamless construction significantly reduces the number of shoe components: the Nike Free Hyperfeel has just seven. This classic black and white colorway of the Nike Free Hyperfeel is rumored to be at retail in the U.S., UK and Japan beginning September 5 for $175 USD.
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