Nike Free 4.0 FlyKnit (Review) — RizKnows

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If you are a runner, you know very well the importance of a good pair of running shoes. They can provide comfort to you during the rigors of a long run. They can protect you from injury. They are truly one of the most important investments any runner can make and one which must be considered and researched carefully. The Nike Structure Triax 14 is the latest offering in the well-known Triax series and continues its evolution toward a better running shoe. Structurally, the shoe is not a huge departure from its predecessors. This is a big positive because the Triax 13 was very well-received and well-liked for its support and stability for the runner. There are, however, some significant differences in this new version. In the upper portion of the shoe, Nike has done away with the traditional tongue, replacing it with a notch bootie assembly. This allows you to get the shoe on and off more smoothly. This shoe is designed for the runner who has a mild to moderate overpronation issue and provides appropriate cushioning and support to compensate for this, reducing your potential chance of injury. The upper contains mesh for increased breathability, allowing good air circulation around the foot which can reduce the chance of chafing or blistering as well as reduce potential foot odor.

The presence of a midfoot strap provides a secure fit of the shoe to your foot, reducing movement in the rearfoot area, which can reduce the potential of injury to the heel. The shoe is also equipped with reflective elements which highly increase your visibility if you are running in low-light conditions. So, if you are in the market for a new pair of running shoes, for quality and dependability, you really cannot go wrong with the new Nike Structure Triax 14.

If you want to read more about the new Nike Structure Triax+ 14, head to runningshoesguru.com, where you will find the best Nike running shoes reviews.

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Review of Nike Free FlyKnit 4.0 running shoes. They retail for $100 and are the middle ground in Nike’s 2014 running shoe lineup.
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Where to buy:
Nike store (http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pd/free-4-flyknit-running-shoe/pid-885855/pgid-1524835)
Road Runner Sports (http://www.roadrunnersports.com/rrs/products/NIK1652/mens-nike-free-40-flyknit/?cc=ML004&s=12.5&w=D&sc=CX14P110&cm_mmc=psearch-_-google-_-na-_-rrs101-NIK1652&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=Psearch&utm_term=RRS101-NIK1652)

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