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Nike Free Run+ 3 Mens Running Shoes 510642-002
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- rubber sole
- Nike Free Technology - This shoe delivers the feel of training barefoot with a natural fit and enhanced flexibility.
- Breathable mesh upper - A highly breathable upper also built with synthetic upper for greater durability.
- Dynamic Fit system - It tailors the shoe perfectly to your foot and provide a great fit.
- Strategically Placed Carbon Rubber - under high-wear areas for durability.
- Reflective Details - For keeping you safe in low light conditions.
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Nike Free Run+ 3 Running Shoes
- Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B007OX34FE
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 8, 2006
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, that's where the love affair ends. This was a sleek, beautiful black pair of shoes when first purchased. Unfortunately, after only two months of normal wear (not even everyday), the shoe looks a year or two old.
1) The black outer material quickly broke down into showing white and gray creases and threads. This is most obvious in the star patterned "slits" around the sides. This makes the show now appear to have gray or "graying". (see user photo)
2) Most disappointing is that the toe cap appears to be "painted" black rather than molded black. The slightest scuff will show through to the actual white material. And after a month or two of normal wear, it just looks awful. (see user photos)
3) I keep finding tiny bits of black plastic under my sock when I take off the shoes. I can't find exactly where it's coming from, but it keeps appearing.
Overall, one of the most comfortable shoes I've ever owned. And yet, after only a few months of use, it looks too rough to wear in casual situations. At $100 a pair, I expect more.
Comfort: 5 stars
Quality: 2 stars
Overall value: 2 stars
Based on the comments to my review, it sounds like I might have gotten a bad issue or they've since made changes/improvements since the first run, which I purchased. They're still very comfortable. I use them often for running or working around the house. However, I don't think I'd buy another pair where the front appeared painted on.
I am often able to get 500-700 miles of running out of each pair of shoes.
* Durable: As stated earlier, I get 500-700 miles out of a pair.
* Flexible and light weight: With any minimal shoe you are going to get less padding and a minimal amount of support. The Free allows your foot to move freely but with enough protection that you feel safe and comfortable running on any surface.
* Fashionable: I've bought many different colors of these and I kind of like having such a wide variety of colors to choose from.
* The fit can be off, so sometimes you need to try on 2-3 pairs to find a pair that work. So the consistency of the cut is a little iffy from time to time.
* The shoelaces that come with the shoes don't always seem consistent either. So sometimes I have trouble with the factory shoelaces staying tied.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased these shoes to be used in the gym. They suited the purpose wonderfully. The only issue I had was that the sole had a tendency to catch small rocks in the crevices. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mario Mascaro
While I have only been seriously running for about a year now, I have tried a few different styles of shoes from Nike: LunargGide 3, Flex Run 2013 and the latest is the Free Run... Read morePublished 9 months ago by John Mallow
Size 11 was a bit too snug for me in these kinda Nike Free's so I returned them and got a 11.5. Should be good enough.Published 13 months ago by James Banasiak