Nike Free

Nike Free jumped off in 2004 providing a flexible alternative to the current state of footwear. Engineered by Tobie Hatfield, younger brother of Tinker Hatfield, the Free system allows for a more natural movement of the foot for runners. Since debuting for running shoes, Free has crossed over into other categories including Nike Training and Nike Basketball.

Nike Free has become an enormous category at Nike and has crossed over outside of sports into casual wear as part of the Nike Sportswear lineup. The Nike Free Powerlines has made waves since its introduction.

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Nike Free Genealogy “Black” Collection

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Nike Free, the brand has cooked up the Nike Free Genealogy "Black" Collection. As the DNA of the technology celebrates a decade of dominance, this collection traces the tech's evolution with seven different makeups that commemorate the progression of Free. While the Nike Free OG, Air Presto, Free Run 2, Sock Racer, and Free Flyknit 3.0 are all placed in all-black with slight speckles, two colorways of the Nike Air Rift add vivid color to the collection. See all of the included models below, and watch for this pack to release June 14th at select Swoosh stores overseas, including Invincible.