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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

arent they reissuing the original free runs?

edit: seems like it. http://www.complex.com/sneakers/2014/03/nike-commemorates-present-past-with-genealogy-free-pack

Yup.

http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pd/free-og-2014-shoe/pid-947531
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2001 AJ1 Blk/Red
post #6798 of 7770

LOL. Officine Creative getting on the Roshe train. $555.

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wow. just wow.
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post

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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

Screenshot from the Nike website:






Maybe I'm an idiot, but I can't find this particular shoe (circled in red) anywhere on the site. Tells me to choose my Nike Free, shows me picture of awesome Nike Free, won't let me choose them. Y u lie 2 me, Nike website? ffffuuuu.gif

These are they:

http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/product/free-flyknit-id/?piid=36043

(Only available through ID)


They are free 4.0 sns has them in a non ID version.


http://www.sneakersnstuff.com/en/product/14855/nike-free-flyknit-4-0
Edited by Find Finn - 4/25/14 at 2:17pm
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Randomly stopped in Finsh Line and I was surprised to see these:



Similar to the ID version above, but more white and less blue. And only (heh) $120. I was unsure about sizing, though. The only other Nike Frees I've owned were the 2010 Free Run+, size 11. These FK Free 4.0s in size 11 felt very tight across the uppers, and overall seemed like a smaller shoe than my Free Run+. Ended up going with 11.5 in the FK Free 4.0. They feel good and look right, but they're a bit roomy in the toebox area. Anyone care to comment on sizing for these? I don't plan to run in them, just got them for the gym. FWIW, I'm a 10 in Chuck Taylor high tops, 10 in Clarks Desert Boots, 10.5 in Allen Edmonds Park Avenue.
Edited by Evolve - 4/25/14 at 3:24pm
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Man..

 

If only soccer was actually that exciting.

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Originally Posted by barrettdudley View Post
 

Man..

 

If only soccer was actually that exciting.

it is

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https://twitter.com/nikestore/status/459829226045440001

 

If they're not in your cart already, you missed it.

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Originally Posted by Evolve View Post

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Randomly stopped in Finsh Line and I was surprised to see these:



Similar to the ID version above, but more white and less blue. And only (heh) $120. I was unsure about sizing, though. The only other Nike Frees I've owned were the 2010 Free Run+, size 11. These FK Free 4.0s in size 11 felt very tight across the uppers, and overall seemed like a smaller shoe than my Free Run+. Ended up going with 11.5 in the FK Free 4.0. They feel good and look right, but they're a bit roomy in the toebox area. Anyone care to comment on sizing for these? I don't plan to run in them, just got them for the gym. FWIW, I'm a 10 in Chuck Taylor high tops, 10 in Clarks Desert Boots, 10.5 in Allen Edmonds Park Avenue.

No one chimed in with fit advice, but I think I'm going to exchange them for the 11s.
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

Got a pair of Hyperfeel TRs, initial fit felt great, the ribbing by the ankle are also wider and more loose on these than my Free FK. Can't wait to put this shoe to the test.


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I hope these are more stable when squatting and dead lifting compared to the first Hyperfeel. I thought it lacked lateral stability...not as flat as I thought.
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They're only $278USD too.
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