Nike Free RN Flyknit, Bianca Cheah, purple running shoes

Meet the all new Nike Free RN Flyknit

I’ve run quite a fair bit in the past, often resorting to it as my moving meditation. But after gaining an unwanted inflamed left hip, I then tried my hand at yoga to fix the problem.

Since falling in love with yoga (goodbye sore and inflamed hip), it’s now become my go-to workout. But when Nike released their all new Nike Free RN Flyknit last week, I was intrigued to give them a spin down at my local park. And, the verdict is in…the foot expands a whopping two widths and one length during every stride (stated by Nike) and I must say it rings true! The RN’s unique midsole works to not only absorb shock from me pounding the ground (these could be my new dancing shoes), but also accounts for the expansion in foot size (goodbye dreaded blisters from too-tight sneakers!). And, the multi-directional outsole flexibility closely mimics this changing shape, whether I’m moving linearly in running or multi-directionally (darting in and out of trees). As a result, my foot, rather than the shoe, is in control finally for the first time. I must say these babies are quite the running shoe and Nike have outdone themselves once again in shoe functionality.

Want to know more? Maybe head on over to Sporteluxe for their killer review!

NIKE FREE RN FLYKNIT

Photography by Jeremy Simons  | Wearing Nike free rn flyknit

Nike Free RN Flyknit, Bianca Cheah, purple running shoes

Nike Free RN Flyknit, Bianca Cheah, purple running shoes

Nike Free RN Flyknit, Bianca Cheah, purple running shoes

Nike Free RN Flyknit, Bianca Cheah, purple running shoes

One Comment

  1. Grace

    Wow I love those! I’ve been looking for a new pair of running shoes and those look cute and comfortable. Do you know if they’re comfortable to wear without socks? I actually prefer running without socks (I hate socks. odd i know lol)

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