Earlier this month, Nike unveiled the innovative Free Trainer 1.0, the first men's training sneaker to make use of a Free 1.0 sole. Now, just weeks later, this unique sneaker is set to receive the NikeLab treatment.

Usually, NikeLab makeovers call for the addition premium materials and design updates, however this entry looks to be centered solely on the colorway. Ditching the color pop seen on the "Chalk For Your Feet" colorway, this NikeLab version opts for a neutral black and gum look on the durable Kurim upper. Meanwhile, NikeLab also unveiled a black/red colorway that makes use of a marbleized effect on the sole.

The most interesting part about these NikeLab Free Trainer 1.0s is their sole. The Free 1.0 sole is the thinnest Free tooling that Nike offers, resulting in a truly natural close to the ground feeling. In other words, it's the closest you'll come to being barefoot without sacrificing support and protection.

Look out for these to arrive on December 3 from select NikeLab stockists including Nikestore online and don't be surprised if even more colorways are announced in the coming days.