Barefoot-like “Nike Free” has been updated to tough and rugged trail specifications!

Nike’s “Nike Free” is a gem released in 2004 that thoroughly researches the movement of the foot when running barefoot in order to make the movement of the shoe as close as possible to the barefoot foot. The supple upper structure and sole that supports light foot movements have captivated many fans.

Based on such “Nike Free”, the “Nike Free Terra Vista” is a model that has been updated with functionality for more rugged and tough trails and a sustainable arrangement that uses a lot of recycled materials.
Recycled materials are used for more than 20% of the total!
The upper is made up of a layered mesh that is highly breathable and soft synthetic suede. Details such as toe caps and webbing accents are placed there to enhance outdoor-style design and durability. By the way, materials such as mesh, webbing and synthetic suede are recycled materials, and the ratio is more than 20% of the weight.
Both sustainability and comfort!
The sole uses a “flex groove” that flexibly bends according to the movement of the foot, similar to the original model of “Nike Free”. The material used is Nike’s discarded sneakers and “grind leather” made by recycling waste materials generated during the factory production process.

Both sustainability and comfort!
The sole uses a “flex groove” that flexibly bends according to the movement of the foot, similar to the original model of “Nike Free”. The material used is Nike’s discarded sneakers and “grind leather” made by recycling waste materials generated during the factory production process.

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