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Since the Free 5.0 is marketed as a ?minimalist? shoe, Nike Free 5.0 I fully expected to only do shorter runs in them. But I was surprised by how much cushion the Free 5.0 packs. It felt much more cushioned than either the Karhu Flow Trainer or the Skechers GoRun. If I had to compare the cushion to any of the shoes I?ve run in, I would choose the Mizuno Precision before I would choose either of the minimalist shoes I?ve tried. Nike Free 4.0 In fact, if it weren?t for the minimalist marketing that comes with it, the Free 5.0 could easily pass as a flexible lightweight trainer. If the pair I received were not too small, I definitely would have gone on longer runs in the Free 5.0. There is of course an upside as well as a downside to this amount of cushion. Nike Free 3.0 The upside is the Free 5.0 will appeal to a wider audience of runners. Runners looking to move to a more minimalist shoe can use the Free 5.0 as a transition shoe. This may be especially appealing for runners who don?t want a midsole feature designed to promote a midfoot strike, Nike Free Run 3 like the ones found in both Karhu and Sketchers. Biomechanically efficient runners who are looking for a flexible trainer with a lower heel-to-toe differential (it is 9mm on the Free 5.0), but not the minimalist experience per se, can turn to the Free 5.0. The downside is runners looking for that barefoot experience will find the Free 5.0 too cushioned for their purposes. Nike puts their Phylon EVA foam in the midsole, Nike Roshe Run which gives the Free 5.0 a much firmer feel than Nike?s other shoes with Cushlon in the midsole, like the Pegasus or Vomero, but that firmness may not be enough to give minimalist runners the ground feedback they seek. Nike Free 4.0 Men Nike Free 4.0 Women Nike Free 4.0 V2 Men Nike Free 4.0 V2 Women Nike Free 4.0 V3 Men Nike Free 4.0 V3 Women Nike Free 4.0 V4 Men Nike Free 4.0 V4 Women Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit Men Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit Women http://www.free50sneaker.com/nike-free-30-c-71.html


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