Champs Sports Exclusive: 3 Sick Colorways for the Nike Free Trainer 5.0

Considered one of Nike‘s most agile training shoes, the Nike Free Trainer 5.0 is not only stylish enough to wear out in 2015 — whether you’re running, at the gym, doing any type of workout, or just going out on the town — but it also sports the tech we’re all looking for. At exactly 9.9 ounces in a men’s size 10, it features criss-crossing nanoply bands across the forefoot, as well as a support-evolved nanoply upper with dual-pull design. The outsole has a DiamondFlex pattern specifically designed for multi-directional movement while the dual-density midsole has Nike Free flex grooves. The aforementioned outsole’s hexagonal flex grooves are a first, and are meant to help athletes move more naturally and fluidly. Add in a heel promoting greater control through an anatomically-shaped design and this fit is both comfortable and supportive.

First unveiled about a year ago, the shoe was designed specifically to cater to cross-training men and those who had strength and cardio training at the top of their minds.

Get all of that? Good. If not, just know this is one of the best training shoes on the market and a must for anyone looking to get in better shape throughout the early months of 2015.

That’s why the latest colorways available from Champs Sports are must-cops. Releasing today, there are three new colorways of the Free Trainer 5.0, all of them fading from white to another single color. It’s a unique look, and one that’ll surely have you drawing some double-looks from fellow gym-goers whenever you’re out.


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