It’s the lightest trainer to the Nike archive. So light, it’s like you’re walking barefoot. The Nike Free 7.0 V2 lives up to its performance expectations – and has been labelled the shoe constructed for running.
Compared to running barefoot, the 7.0 V2 have been labelled one of the lightest in construction, leading the game in running and long distance. When it comes to appreciating performance, looking back on the Nike Free 7.0 V2 is the best way to refresh our memory of the best of what Nike has to offer.
Nike Free 7.0 V2
A new model to the archive, Nike Free 7.0 V2’s were released in April 2010. Following from the 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 and 6.0, the Nike 7.0’s are step-up on the scale in Nike’s value in performance. Combining “Natural Motion Engineering” and the need in encouraging sportsman to train with stronger feet, the 7.0s were born.
From the first few weeks of being on the shelves globally, the trainer has established itself within the sporting enthusiasts. From blogs to press, the trainer has gained a huge amount of comparisons and no doubt competition. It’s “air-feel” comfort and movement provide the opportunity for athletics to go the extra mile with minimum discomfort.
Maintaining a classic athletic build, the Nike Free 7.0 V2 is a lot to be desired. Essentially a timeless model to the Nike trainer archive, the structure of the trainer is beneficial from the fit right to the performance. Breathable mesh technology within the upper overlays (originally seen on the 3.0) , asymmetrical lacing and a moulded sock liner, the 7.0 V2 is constructed for maximum movement. While the shape of the trainer is relatively simple, the minor bespoke details elevate the trainer from others on the field. Also featuring a phyllite midsole and rubber outsole, the Nike Free 7.0 V2 is a crucial addition for any serious athlete.
Available in colour ways of dark grey/sport red, black/gold, blue/black and grey – there is a pair for any gym kit. For more sneaker guides follow our History of Sneakers timeline.
- Breathable mesh upper overlays
- Minimal Seam Construction – elevating “bare-foot” feel.
- Moulded sock-liner preventing restriction in movement when running.
- Phylite Midsole and Rubber outsole.
- Waffle fill traction.
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