The Nike Free RN Flyknit handy on a slightly damp surface
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The outsole is perhaps the most interesting part of the 2017 edition. It has a tri-star pattern that is cut into the foam—it looks exactly like a web of triangles. The 2016 shoe nike free rn flyknit 2017 had a flexible interconnected geometric-design outsole pattern; the 2017 tri-star evolution improves on this, extending equally both vertically and horizontally to match the movement of the feet. It offers the same grip as its predecessor on most conventional surfaces, such as concrete, a sand track or the treadmill surface. There is extra protection on the front and back of the outsole, for your toe and heel.
The extra grip that the Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017 offers will come in handy on a slightly damp surface.
The midsole in the Nike nike free Free RN Flyknit 2017 is dual-layered, with a layer of foam beneath the foot. Runners will surely notice the change in heel-toe drop, 8mm rather than the 4mm in last year’s Free RN Flyknit.
There are five colour combination options to choose from, including blue lagoon/hot punch/black; black/volt/white (this being our personal favourite because of the simplicity and the unique colour combination); and blue lagoon/legend blue/polarized blue/pure platinum.
So though there are no radical changes in the latest update, incremental improvements to the structure, strength, comfort and running feedback make already excellent fitness footwear even better. It remains lightweight to wear (224g) and offers a snug fit. If you wish to spend a little more, there is the adidas PureBoost DPR (Rs15,999; Shop.adidas.co.in), which has a knit upper, heel protection and a stretchable outsole too.
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