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The Nike Free Trainer 7.0 “Black/Armory Slate”

The Nike Free Trainer 7.0 gets a new colorway since the reveal of the Adrian Peterson PE. The Free Trainer 7.0 features lightweight flexibility, supportive lock down and excellent traction for the explosive player so it was an obvious decision for the explosive Running Back to endorse the shoe.

The sneaker incorporates both Dynamic Flywire and Free technology. This combination gives the wearer a locked in feel with all the flexibility they need to take to the field or court. This trainer exemplifies performance giving the wearer all the necessary support and function they need; keeping all the necessary functions of that locked-in fit, support, breath-ability and traction you need to get the best out of the shoe. The shoe as a mid-height of the shoe gives you the necessary ankle support yet doesn’t sacrifice your range of motion.

The mesh tongue with combination of the sneakers inner bootie makes it very breathable keeping your feet fresh as you perform. The shoe is available for purchase in this colorway and other at your Nike Sportswear retailers and on the Nike website for $150. Don’t miss out on The Nike Free Trainer 7.0, the all-purposed trainer that still maintains that casual look.

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