883291-100 NikeLab Free RN Motion Flyknit 2017 - Uomo

SKU: 883291-100

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Color: Cream

Gender: Uomo

Disponibilità: Disponibile

Prezzo di listino: 151,00 €

Special Price 78,52 €

Prezzo di listino: 151,00 €

Special Price 78,52 €

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NikeLab Free RN Motion Flyknit 2017 Cream

FLESSIBILITà NATURALE. CALZATA ADATTABILE.


La scarpa da running NikeLab Free RN Motion Flyknit 2017 - Uomo è dotata di una suola incredibilmente flessibile per movimenti naturali e di un rivoluzionario sistema a doppia fascetta per un comfort senza lacci.


Comfort senza cuciture

Il tessuto Nike Flyknit avvolge la caviglia e il piede in una calzata confortevole ed elasticizzata. Il sistema a doppia fascetta offre una calzata personalizzata ed elimina la pressione dei tradizionali lacci.


Ammortizzazione e leggerezza

Schiuma morbida e rigida si uniscono per un'ammortizzazione leggera e un'andatura fluida.


Flessibilità assoluta

La suola Nike Free, leggera e a basso profilo, si flette insieme al piede per un'andatura confortevole e naturale.


Maggiori informazioni

  • Tallone anatomico arrotondato per movimenti naturali
  • Peso: 234 g (misura da uomo 44)
  • Differenziale: 4 mm
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