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Nike Free Run 2014 Collection

Beginning back in the Bowerman days, Nike has always been about evolution, progression and delivering products that work in harmony with (the) wearer's natural body movement. We saw it in early models, including the foot hugging Sock Racer and Air Huarache, and in the year 2004 with the launch of Nike designer Tobie Hatfield's Nike Free Run. The Free franchise seems to have gone from strength to strength in its humble decade, spreading across all performance platforms as well as <in> the lifestyle department, with hybrids and new models including the Free Inneva. Today Nike pull back the curtain on a new fleet of Free Run silhouettes for 2014. Comprising 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0 (3.0 being the slimmest sole and 5.0 being the most supportive) iterations, the line sees an all-new hexagonal flex-groove pattern to allow for multi-directional flexibility down below, and Flyknit options strengthened with Dynamic Flywire support through the upper. Check out the video down under if you wanna hear all the tech specs, peep the gallery up above if you wanna marvel in the design, and hit up your local Nike retailer or Nike.com from April 3 if you want a piece of the action. Oh yeah, the 4.0 and 5.0 are available for customisation up on NIKEiD too. News via Nike, Inc

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