|08-16-2010, 04:52 PM||#3|
Re: Nike Free run+ vs. Nike Free 7.0
Running store owner here
And the free run is like a 4.0...So what that means is originally they had a Nike Free 7, 5, and 3. Then Nike decided that they had to many and developed the Free Run which is a little more cut than the 5 but less than the 3 (so in terms of flexibility its middle of the road)
As for the 7.0 (AKA the free everyday) its more like a standard racing flat with some siping.
I do CF in the Free Runs and did before in the 3.0s. Like you said the 7.0s are just too much.
Be weary with running in them and work up in mileage speed and time.
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