words // Brennan Hiro Williams
Nike provides further insight into the new Free Hyperfeel with a short video, taking viewers inside the design of the innovative shoe. Tony Bignell, Nike VP of Footwear Innovation, walks us through each component of the minimal runner, from the articulated Lunarlon drop-in to the Flyknit upper.
"Nike Free Hyperfeel has fewer total shoe parts and places the foot directly on top of responsive Lunarlon foam,” says Bignell. “The shoe acts as extension of the foot and delivers a natural motion sensation for the runner.”
Dive deeper into the Free Hyperfeel in the video below: