Nike Men's Free RN 2017 Running Shoes

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Nike Men's Free RN 2017 Running Shoes is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 86.
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Nike Men's Free RN 2017 Running Shoes
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Updated to deliver a lighter ride, the Nike® Free RN 2017 running shoes are built for comfort and performance. This updated version has reduced layers to decrease weight, and a circular knit upper to increase breathability and support. A low-profile injected unit sole doubles as the outsole to reduce the shoe’s overall weight, while an auxetic tri-star outsole pattern expands with each step to deliver flexible cushioning mile after mile.

FEATURES:

  • Updated circular-knit upper delivers a 1:1 fit for added support
  • Simplified one-piece upper delivers ventilation and support
  • Dynamic Fit technology integrated Flywire® cables into laces
  • Updated tongue construction delivers low-profile silhouette
  • Minimal, molded sockliner adds support and cushion
  • Injected unit sole delivers resilient, cushioned ride
  • Rounded heel design encourages natural foot-strike
  • Auxetic tri-star outsole pattern adds flexible cushioning
  • Solid rubber segments under the toe and heel enhance traction

SPECS:

  • Shoe type: Neutral
  • Previous model: Free RN
  • Forefoot: 14mm / Heel: 22mm
  • Offset: 8mm
  • Weight: 8.4 oz.
  • Brand: Nike
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: 880839

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A welcome return to comfort! I own a set of Free 5.0's (2015) that were my favorite running shoes. Comfortable, durable, lightweight, and flexible sole. Unfortunately, last year's edition of the Free RN (2016) was a disappointment: tighter fit, narrow toe box, overall feel and fit. I ended up passing on those and kept running in the 5.0's. Thankfully, the 2017 Free RN is a welcome return to the design of the 2015 release. Wider toe and a more snug fit. Improved tongue and support in the heel. Flexible sole with more cushion to help with impact absorption. Hopefully, future versions of the Free RN's will stay consistent with this design. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Poor Quality Within the last week I purchased these Nike Free RN 2017s for my son and during the second time he wore them, the fabric ripped by the small toe. I had to sew the hole together and, needless to say, we are both terribly disappointed in the quality of these shoes especially considering the amount of money I paid for them. In the past, we have always purchased Nike and have never had a shoe break down in such a short period so we will now be considering other options when purchasing athletic shoes. It appears quality is no longer held in high regard at Nike!!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-08-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nike Messed Up. Could have been a better product. The Nike Free 5.0 are my favorite pair of shoes but overtime got to small and worn out so I thought I'd get another Free Run. So I order a pair and they came a week later, no problem. I order a size larger than what I had already outgrew to find the new pair was actually smaller than my old pair. Now, were they broke in? No. But it was very uncomfortable and my foot was coming over the sides. I know new shoes are snug, but nothing like this. i went into a local retailer to just try a bigger size. It worked - expect there was an inch of shoe infront of my toes...
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lightweight Comfort, Like Snug Slippers I don't run, so I'm not bothered by the additional cushioning compared to older models. I wear these (maroon pair) with jeans, and I wear them when I have a decent amount of walking to do. The fit is on the money, so don't upsize or downsize. If this helps, I'm a 10.5, I wear 10 in Jordan 1's and 11 in foamposites. For these, 10.5 works out perfectly. They match the size of the Airmax Plus and most Nike running shoes. They're super light and very comfortable, but they haze no arch whatsoever. The idea behind the Free line is to do no more than strap a flat sole to your foot, like the Taramahura Indians strap pieces of old car tire to their feet as running shoes. Barefoot running for people who don't want to run barefoot.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wore out very fast I work out for about 40-60 minutes a day. I bought the older version a year ago and they still are in really good condition from working out. I bought these ones in June 2017 primarily to workout in. They have never been outside and I already have to buy a new pair to work out in. They no longer support my feet which is a disappointment. They also stretched out a ton making it difficult to wear when working out. Definitely would not recommend to someone who is planning on using them specifically to work out in. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from what happened, Nike? There are so many things wrong w/this shoe, they aren't even worth buying on sale. Returning immediately for the following reasons: -fit is too narrow, toes are cramped on the side and as others have said, you foot feels like its going over the sides...I didn't have this problem in the same size w/free run's in the past -sharp spots under the tongue where it is stitched to the upper..u can actually feel sharp nylon bits sticking out..your skin will get scratched up if u dare to wear these barefoot -insole is loose and moves easily in the shoe -build quality, at least for the black/white color (made in Indonesia), is significantly worse than China or even Vietnam-- glue spots on the upper/laces, damaged laces, rubber outsole parts glued at different heights, just a total lack of attention to detail [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little confused Been using the Free RN's for 5 years now each new model usually offers pretty consistent improvements to the overall shoe design. After using the Free RN's for 5 years I would recommend them as a good starting shoe for people who want to get into running. I recently switched to the Free RN Distance 2 a few months ago and have found them to be a far better shoe. However, for some unknown reason, the Men's version is no longer available on the Nike website, but can still be purchased from outside retailers. If this was not the case I would recommend the Free RN Distance 2 over the standard Free RN as I have found that it offers slightly more cushion and support. Still confused as to why Nike no longer has the men's version on their website.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Nike Free shoe ever I've been using Nike Free running shoes for a number of years now. The 5.0+ and 5.0 line were far and away the best running shoes I've ever owned and run in. Comfortable, good fit, lightweight, extremely durable. I could easily get up to 600 miles trail/road running per pair of shoes before they were completely wiped and relegated to yard work shoes. But these...these were the worst pair of running shoes I've ever owned. The cushioning on the outsole just feels off and the soles themselves started peeling off within a couple of months and 150-200 miles of running under the same conditions as previous Free lines of shoes. I will be staying away from any Nike Free line until the quality is up to snuff. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-08-23
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