Nike's Free Hyperfeel shoes are an exercise in minimalism, being made up of only seven components
Nike's Free Hyperfeel shoes feature a Flyknit upper
Nike's Free Hyperfeel shoes were developed using pressure-mapping technology
Inspired by Nike’s “Nature Amplified” design ethos, the Free Hyperfeel shoes are the company’s latest sports footwear designed to mimic the working of the human foot. By using pressure-mapping technology and high-speed film to analyze the foot in motion, the designers say they were able to provide padding and protection only where it is needed. The result is a shoe made up of only seven components, which contrasts with the 57 components that go into a typical Air Pegasus running shoe.
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