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Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe Black / Summit White / Dark Grey / Metallic Red Bronze L33c4920

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  • Model: NSMS.400962
  • 614 Units in Stock

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Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe Black / Summit White / Dark Grey / Metallic Red Bronze L33c4920
Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe Black / Summit White / Dark Grey / Metallic Red Bronze L33c4920
Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe Black / Summit White / Dark Grey / Metallic Red Bronze L33c4920
Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe Black / Summit White / Dark Grey / Metallic Red Bronze L33c4920
Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe Black / Summit White / Dark Grey / Metallic Red Bronze L33c4920

FLEXIBLE STABILITY

The Nike Free TR 6 Women's Training Shoe delivers the flexibility and stability your workout demands with an innovative outsole pattern that expands, flexes and contracts with your foot during every squat and sprint.

Flexible, Stable Foundation

The tri-star outsole pattern expands and contracts in every direction, with your every step, to disperse pressure evenly and enhance flexibility and stability. Rubber pods wrap up the side of the shoe for even more stability and traction.

Dynamic Lockdown

Super-strong, ultralight Flywire cables hug your foot for dynamic support, loosening and tightening with your foot's natural motion.

Targeted Ventilation

The engineered mesh has open areas for ventilation and closed areas for the support you need as you train.

More Details

  • Breathable mesh lining in the forefoot
  • Moulded ankle foam enhances support and fit
  • Outrigger for stability during side-to-side movements
  • Injected foam midsole/outsole for ultralight comfort
  • Nike Free Origins

    After learning that Stanford athletes had been training barefoot on the university's golf course, three of Nike's most innovative and creative employees set out to develop a shoe that felt natural and weightless, similar to bare feet. The team spent eight years studying the biomechanics of runners' feet in motion. The results yielded a profound understanding of the foot's natural landing angle, pressure and toe position, allowing Nike designers to build an unconventional and flexible running shoe from the inside out.