The feeling of being like on barefoot is what Nike Free Trainer 7.0 Men’s Training Shoe offers. With its siped Phylite midsole, the shoe turned as very flexible and lightweight. Moreover, the foot can move freely inside the shoe through the synthetic upper that provides sufficient support, and the mesh that is breathable and featherweight. Incredible traction on surfaces found outdoors is also provided by the hard-hitting and turf-inspired traction design. Lockdown as well as ample protection and support are guaranteed during trainings and work outs with the supportive foot strap of the shoe.
If your forefoot is wide, the width of the shoe is not good for you since the strap cannot be adjusted. Moreover, you will not feel comfortable when you toe off the material found on the inside and under the area where the strap folds. Consequently, these shoes are not great for high-impact activities. They cannot be used for pylometrics as well. You may use Air Edge trainer instead for this.
In the last eight years, I need to use inserts in every shoe I wear. This is because I have a condition called “plantar fasciitis” wherein my feet have high arches. Wearing inserts ended for me when I bought Nike Free 7.0 running shoes last September 2007. Up until now I am still wearing the said running shoes. I work as an SSG in the army and I use my feet a lot like in whatnot and running. When I am on off duty, you will see me running with my Nike Free 7.0’s on. My shoes really become exhausted because I run a minimum of 15 miles weekly. For me, these shoes are the FINEST that I have EVER worn in my ENTIRE LIFE!
I am seriously begging Nike to provide back these shoes for soldiers. I will really purchase five pairs of these shoes on the first day of their return if Nike will grant my request. Furthermore if Nike creates a Nike Free 7.0 – inspired combat boots for military desert, I will definitely purchase them as well.