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360 Degrees of Training with The Nike Free Bionic

With high intensity workouts more popular than ever, the all-new Nike Free Bionic will help women power through the toughest of workouts while looking as good as they feel after a calorie-incinerating session.

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The Nike Free Bionic is the first Nike Women’s shoe designed specifically for High Intensity Training (HIT), one of the fastest growing workouts globally. HIT combines quick, challenging, dynamic movements and includes activities like cross training, interval training, bootcamp, kickboxing and kettlebells.

Using the 6 Core Moves of Training as the foundation for the shoe’s design, the Nike Free Bionic is engineered to withstand all types of HIT workouts on both indoor and outdoor surfaces.

The Nike Free Bionic features a minimum offset and low-profile outsole allowing women to truly feel the floor to aid balance during moves like squats and kettlebell swings. Synthetic overlays on the toe and arch add extra protection and support for HIT activities that utilize the whole foot, such as rope climbing and planking.

Additionally, the Nike Free Bionic is designed to be flexible in every direction, lightweight, low to the ground, and incredibly comfortable, allowing women to get through burpees, sit-ups, rope climbs and side sprints without worrying about foot comfort. The shoe features an articulated upper with strategically placed flex grooves allowing the shoe to move with the foot in a more natural motion. To top it off, the Nike Free Bionic includes a neoprene bootie in the heel and collar to keep feet in place and provide an extra element of support during HIT workouts.

The Free Bionic comes in a variety of colorways and is available in North America beginning June 1, globally on July 1.



Source: Nike, Inc.

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