Next month we'll have a new addition to the Nike Free family, but it will come with a name change.

In lieu of the Free Run label, the latest running shoe from Nike will take on the Free 5.0+ title to let runners know where it falls in on Nike's 0-10. Along with the name change, the only other major upgrades to the shoe will be in the upper, which will integrate Flywire for improved foot support. The 5.0+ will have expanded mesh panels for better breathability, and a no-sew construction for less chafing and more comfort. The shoe will keep the same 8mm heel-to-toe offset seen in the Free Run+ 3, something runners should be pleased with.

Expect a price tag of around $100 for the Free 5.0+.


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