After debuting the ‘Chalk for Your Feet’ Nike Free Trainer 1.0, Nike has at least two more pairs lined up to release. This time they will be apart of the NikeLab series, known as the NikeLab Free Trainer 1.0.
Designed to grip the ground beneath you, the NikeLab Free Trainer 1.0 is lightweight but durably built for all-day training sessions. A rubber side-paneling seamlessly encompass the sole and upper, delivering a barefoot feel with unmatched stability.
Anatomically shaped features throughout the forefoot and heel allow for a full-range of natural motion, along with a 0mm midsole provides a close to the ground feel, allowing for a stable platform and naturally centered stance during training.
Hexagonal polyurethane pods welded into breathable mesh complement a low-profile upper, creating a dynamic fit for any high intensity workout. Constructed with six flex points for the foot, the Nike Free Trainer 1.0 is built to run, jump and train confidently with a full range of motion. Low profile support & speed for high-intensity training sessions. The new cross-training design endures any surface with hexagonal pods for maximum traction.
More images of the NikeLab Free Trainer 1.0 can be seen by scrolling below. Nike will officially debut this pair at NikeLab retailers and online on December 3rd, 2015.