Nike Free 3.0

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Nike Free 3.0
It feels a bit like sprinting in your slippers.

Our Review

So flexible you can bend the shoe in half with one hand, this comes with both pros and cons. Sure, it’s light and you can feel the ground beneath your feet, but when it comes to toe-off and needing the shoe to work with you for forward propulsion, there is ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

3 user reviews of Nike Free 3.0 See all

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I would recomend them. Light and comfortable. Good feel for the road but with some cushioning. (I have the Free Run 5)
Research and improve running technique first. These shoes are useless if you land on your Continue reading...
I have been wearing the Nike frees since they first came out and as I have an issue with painful metatarsals and nipped nerves these have solved all that and I can run pain free again. Continue reading...

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It's rather puzzling as to why this shoe is being reviewed now. It has already been replaced by the Nike Free 3.0 V4.

Posted: 10/07/2012 at 01:30

Very fair point

Posted: 16/07/2012 at 22:53

I own the 3.0 v4 and can't stand it.  Ok in the shop but when I try to run any distance in them my feet get hot and smelly quickly, they are very poorly ventilated shoe. They are also a little too tight in the midfoot.  Far better shoes of this type available - including earlier versions of the free's such as this.

Posted: 05/08/2012 at 13:48



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So light and flexible, you can feel the ground beneath you.
No forward propulsion and laces need to be secured tightly to ensure they fit around the heel.
  • Price: £80.00
  • Year: from 2012

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