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Nike free trainer 5.0 – Look At The Comfort

Nike free trainer 5.0 – Look At The Comfort

Nike is producing best training shoe for some time now. Nike free trainer 5.0 is the newest installment in this range of shoes. Idea behind design of this shoe is creating the lightweight shoe, which mimics feel for running barefoot, and offering you the huge amount of the support at all movements; right from line drills and running to lifting (so they claim). So, what they get from this was understanding of the foot’s natural movements; and how it’s angled and positioned when it hits ground, all along with what areas of foot carry high pressure on impact.
Comfort was the main focuses in design of the shoe. One way they achieved was using “no-sew construction.” It allows shoe to be flexible and fluid, eradicating stitching, and making this shoe very comfortable. But, majority of these shoe’s comfort generally comes from the sole. Nike Free Trainer 5.0 gives you thick sole that in realm of comfort will do very good job absorbing pressure dealt when the foot hits the ground. But, I found thickness of this sole take away from usability of this shoe. Even though shoe is very light, sole made feels clunky while performing different movements. This made it a bit difficult to gain sensory perception on where the foot was with relation to the ground – and something that can be very important during the exercises such as box jumps.
Structural design of shoe is quite interesting. Nike Free Trainer 5.0 also feature dual pull lacing that was been modeled after Chinese finger trap. Idea behind making shoe’s upper in this way is providing foot with the continual support whereas performing the wide variety of the movements. Dual pull system will lock in around the foot, creating snug and glove fit, which is made to move with motions. It is definitely the features of Nike that was highly successful. As the shoe, Free Trainer gives you substantial amount of the protection; but, as the CrossFit shoe, the shoes do not stack up quite. Overall thickness of upper mesh and woven, the dynamic fit technology helps to protect your foot’s in rough impacts, whereas thick outsole of this shoe is impenetrable. Reason the shoes aren’t very protective while it comes about CrossFit is unlike other brand models, they aren’t made with the specialized features that will protect your foot from the CrossFit movements; particularly double unders, rope climbs, burpees or toes-to-bars. Compared to other shoes tested, bulkiness of this design makes Nike Trainer 5.0s less sensitive. Even though you won’t feel ground under the feet when performing movements, deep grooves in outsole improve your shoe’s flexibility, and promoting natural motion of the foot.