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The first thing to notice at this shoe is how light and flexible Nike Free 5.0 2014 running shoes are. The major change for this new edition is the texture of the outsole, now with hexagonal flex grooves; as you grab the shoes you can flex them with ease with your hands, not only back to front as before but also on the sides as well.
The result is a very flexible running shoe that will easily follow the movement of your stride. The upper flywire cables contribute to this main feature, making it a great choice if you want to try a shoe that you can barely feel in your feet. It’s good to keep in mind that Nike Free 5.0 2014 offers little support to overpronators or underpronators as it’s designed for neutral runners.
Originally priced at $99, Finishline has some of the colorways in sale now for as low as $59.99.This is a great looking shoe that it’s worth trying out, whether you’re a runner or not.