Weighing in at just 10oz, the Nike Free Hyperfeel debuted earlier this month as the brands lightest training shoe ever. After a successful initial launch, the Free Hyperfeel is back drawing inspiration from other kicks recently released by Nike.
Designed for the highest intensity training, the Nike Free Hyperfeel incorporates numerous technologies from the Swoosh so that it can with stand even the most brutal workouts. Nike combined three of their most innovative technologies, Flyknit, Lunarlon, and Nike Free, the Hyperfeel TR delivers a low profile design that keeps the foot closer to the ground for a more natural stance. Nike utilized Flyknit along the upper to act like a second skin for superior comfort, breathability and support. High intensity training takes a toll on the body due to the stress it can have on your joints, so Nike added Lunarlon cushioning to the outsole to reduce the impact. This colorway looks like Nike drew inspiration from the Kobe 9 "Perspective", with the turquoise and lucid green mixed throughout the Flyknit upper.
The Nike Free Hyperfeel is available now at Nike Store.