Not long from a Pro Football Hall of Fame induction, Warren Sapp is honored again – this time with the Nike Free Trainer 7.0.

A multipurpose cross-trainer for virtually any kind of activity, the Free Trainer 7.0 features the Free platform sole, tuned and designed for a more traditional fit. The mid cut helps to wrap up your ankle, boosted by Nike’s Flywire cables in the eyelets (which is particularly great, as the Flywire connected to eyelet up and down the shoe). Another feature of the Free Trainer 7.0 is its understated heel clip to secure the foot from the rear.

The great thing about the Free Trainer 7.0 is that you’ll get excellent flexibility from a higher-cut shoe that ensures a snug fit. Running on the turf shouldn’t be a problem, nor should drills. Strength training is shouldn’t be a problem, nor should anything else that requires dynamic movement. Free’s 7.0 sole will allow for just enough movement without sacrificing support, so if you’re anywhere near 300 lbs. and more than 6 ft. tall, your shoes should still be solid as a rock – not unlike Sapp himself.


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