When it comes to options for color and comfort, Nike Free styles are never a bad option. We’ve seen the new Nike Free Run 2017 collection and now the Nike Free Run Commuter is seeing a heathered upper to add more texture to the picture. Coming in colorways such as, Off White, Khaki/Olive and Glacier Blue, the shades are soothing and ready to keep your active feet comfy all summer. With a flexible, breathable design, the silhouette is flattering to the foot and can also be adjusted atop the laces.
Comfort is at it’s all time high when it comes to the new Nike Free Run 2017 styles. Between flexible flyknit material, adjustable fit and Nike Free soles, these sneakers are easy to love and easy to pair with your go-to athleisure.
The Nike Free Run Motion and Nike Free Run 2017 styles are center of attention when it comes to this release. In colors like Black, Ocean fog, Wolf Grey and Off-White in the mix, there will be a wide variety for men and women to choose from.
With the launch of the #ShoesSoFresh campaign we want to make sure we are keeping our followers looking fresh as well. Use the hashtag #ShoesSoFresh on Twitter and Instagram this summer and in a few weeks we will be partnering with a brand to giveaway a “swag bag” filled with apparel and kicks to you.
Here is who will be taking over the following weeks:
Nike: 7/12 to 7/25
adidas: 7/19 to 7/25
New Balance: 7/26 to 8/1
Parkland: 8/2 to 8/9
Puma: 8/9 to 8/15
Reebok: 8/16 to 8/22
Stance: 8/23 to 8/29
Make sure to submit your photos during those weeks for a chance to win your bag full of gear by using the hashtag #ShoesSoFresh. And keep it locked to @FinishLine on Twitter and Instagram for more chances to get hooked up.
Style never sleeps—it’s constantly changing to fit your individual identity. The choices you make define culture, just as much as the sneakers you wear leave a first impression. So flip through. And read up on the latest and greatest. It all starts with a fresh pair, but it’s not complete till you’ve got a rotation.
2016 will mark 12 years of Nike Free, one of Nike’s staple technologies. As the story goes, Tobie Hatfield and Eric Avar created an organically moving sole that was inspired by an ice cube tray, found success when testing the new technology against traditional running shoes. This ushered in a new understanding of biomechanics and design philosophy with Nike Free. With the latest iterations, the Nike Free RN and Nike Free RN Flyknit, dropping on Thursday, April 7, we thought it was only right to pay tribute to the line’s history and present 10 Free releases that changed the game.