Earlier today, readers received a preview of the Nike Free Hyperfeel. Detailed images and video provide a better understanding of the latest launch from Nike running, built off “Nature Amplified” ethos. Minimal in composition and light in weight, the Free Hyperfeel is composed of only seven parts and cuts down typical upper waste by 90%. Flyknit composition makes for a snug fit up top, backed by a Dynamic Flywire support system inspired by ligaments. A drop-in Lunarlon sole mimics the natural padding found on the sole of a foot, while a thin outsole protects the foot like hardened skin.
The Nike Free Hyperfeel may not pack the same flexible midsole that Nike Free shoes are known for, but the barefoot feel is still the focus. The knife-cut grooves seen on previous models are adapted to the non-visible Lunarlon insole. Waffle sole styling offers a functional nod to Nike past, backed by XDR rubber in high wear areas.
Look for the Nike Free Hyperfeel to release at select Nike retailers on September 5th for $175.
Nike Free Hyperfeel
September 5, 2013
Source: Nike, Inc.