Customize your Nike Free Trainer 5.0 with NikeiD

Category: Style Published on 06 Jun, 2013 Tags: , ,
Nike Free Trainer 5.0 custom

The men’s Nike Free Trainer 5.0 delivers lightweight comfort and supportive lockdown with a distinctive look for training in the gym, field or street. Now, with NIKEiD, you can choose distinct colors and customize the outsole traction. Numerous color options abound for the upper, while all three outsole options have a DiamondFLX traction pattern for flexible, multidirectional grip.

The solid and translucent rubber outsoles come in a wide array of colors, while the XDR outsole—designed specifically for outdoor training—features rubber pods configured in an aggressive pattern for extra traction and durability. Furthermore, the tongue top can also be customized with a name and number.

The Nike Free Trainer 5.0 is available on NIKEiD.com. For more information about Nike Free Trainer 5.0 click here.

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