Nike Women's Free RN 2018 Running Shoes

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Nike Women's Free RN 2018 Running Shoes is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 61.
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Nike Women's Free RN 2018 Running Shoes
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Free your stride in the Nike® Women’s Free RN 2018 running shoes. Updated to deliver a more adaptive fit than before, the stretch material in the upper moves with your foot and provides lightweight comfort. Flywire cables integrated with the laces deliver the Dynamic Fit technology for the adaptive and supportive fit you love. Complete with texture under the toe and heel to enhance traction in high abrasion zones and keep you sure footed through your toughest workouts.

FEATURES:

  • Circular-knit upper constructed with spandex for natural movement and lightweight comfort
  • Laces engineered with spandex for a snug fit that moves with your foot
  • Tongue construction provides a low profile silhouette and enhanced breathability
  • Minimal, molded sockliner mimics the curvature of the foot to add support
  • Dynamic Fit technology achieved through Flywire cables integrated with the laces for an adaptive, supportive fit
  • Dynamic heel fit system features a wide stretch strap and tall comfort collar for support from heel to ankle
  • Anatomical heel is rounded to roll with the ground for a more natural range of motion
  • Tri-star outsole pattern adapts to your step for flexible cushioning
  • Texture under the toe and heel enhances traction in high-abrasion areas

SPECS:

  • Shoe type: Neutral
  • Previous model: Free RN 2017
  • Weight: 7 oz
  • Forefoot: 13 mm / Heel: 21 mm
  • Offset: 8 mm
  • Brand: Nike
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: 942837

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits like a glove I bought a pair two years ago same model just designed a little different. Love this newer style I prefer a toebox versus a more pointed I have a wide foot so it’s roomier and way more comfortable I love them so much I bought them in black and gray. Just a quick for the review if you have a high arch this sneaker may not be for you the tongue is attached so you cannot fully lift the tongue to slip your foot in. They have a soft soul but it’s plenty sturdy I’m very comfortable in this sneaker at the gym doing any exercise from legs to any fitness class except for spin.
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not their best Free Run I like these shoes well enough but have not found them to be as comfortable as any of the previous years free runs. I ended up having to go up a half size in these because they are short. I still find the shoe to be a tighter fit, even in the larger size as far as width. The tongue is attached so getting them on is also different from other years. Overall a decent shoe but not quite what I was looking for/expecting.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bottom is horrible design/rest of shoe is super comfy and sleek! So for running shoes the bottom is not ideal at all. Who would design the bottom with exposed slots/slits for pebbles and rocks to wedge up in there? Poor poor design!! Do the people who design shoes actually test them out and run in them? Not everyone runs on treadmills only. There is so much variation in terrain, road type, concrete and the little cuts/openings in the bottom are just asking for rocks and debris to accumulate. Major flaw. Hope 2019 is better and they change the design of the bottom. The rest of the shoe is awesome. Hugs my foot and super comfy. Order 1/2 size up though. Not true to size. I’m a true 8 and got 8.5.
Date published: 2019-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from glad I listened to other reviewers!! I read other reviews and decided to go 1/2 size up from my normal NIKE size. I have several pairs of NIKE free, all sized 10. Received my new NIKE free RN size 10.5 sneakers today. They are snug even being 1/2 size up! It's the top material that snugs them up. I like a snug shoe and am happy with the fit and feel. I haven't run in them yet, but I know they will be great. NIKE free always treat me well. Only negative, there is a defect on the toe of the left shoe. It looks like a drop of adhesive or something like that. Tried to scrape it off with no luck. Disappointed because it was the first thing I saw upon opening the box. Oh well. Overall very pleased!
Date published: 2018-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight, minimal, and feels like a cloud! I bought the Nike Free RN 2018 mainly for HIIT/treadmill interval workouts at Orangetheory. They are so lightweight and comfortable and feel perfect for running high speeds on the treadmill. I also find them great for the weight room/floor/studio workouts - minimalist, but with lots of cushion and a little bounce to them. I have a narrow foot and they are a good fit. I want to purchase a second pair to just to wear out and about because they are that comfortable.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very comfortable My third pair! Very flexible, light and comfortable! This shoe is rounder in the toe than last model, even better!
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very comfortable! I bought these running shoes about a month ago and absolutely love them! They are very comfortable and hug your feet perfectly! I bought them in black and grey.
Date published: 2018-04-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I don't like how everything at the top of the shoe is connected Theres a weird piece of fabric that surrounds the top of the shoe that basically connects the tongue to everything. I wasn't a fan of this, and it was impossible to put my foot in without my sock sliding all the way up my ankle, and that caused the sock to be uncomfortable on my toes. They are comfortable without socks, but I don't want to not wear socks in order to wear these shoes. This is my second pair of nikes in a couple months that I have been super disappointed with. I feel like the quality keeps getting worse and I wish they could make shoes the same way they did a few years ago.
Date published: 2018-06-16
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