Let’s review the new Nike Free Metcon 4 from Nike.
Nike has just released its latest training shoe combining versatility, comfort, and looks. Let’s have a preview of the new Nike Free Metcon 4.
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Nike Free Metcon 4 – Video Review on our YouTube Channel
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Nike Free Metcon 4 – Overview
Since 2015, Nike has been producing and improving the Metcon line to meet the functional movements of brutal training. The Metcon line is also known for its stability and durability to achieve exercises that focus on strength, speed, and endurance. The new Nike Free Metcon 4 carries the same DNA as the Metcon line combining all its unique features while adding sophisticated attention to style.
The Free Metcon 4 got its design from Nike’s 90’s era Huarache, which was emptied to the bare essentials. The strap and rubber-striped sidewall cover your heel to support you for agile movements in any direction. It has a revised sculptured topline that delivers more support and comfort to your ankles. The mesh link upper is now more robust and more flexible to keep up with the intensity. It has an upper with zonal functionality that gives the forefoot flexibility while the rigor on the sides holds explosive lateral movements.
It also has a new toe overlay that adds stability and durability for a longer lifespan. Its robust midfoot design boosts support and performance, so you can endure your training session no matter how hard it is. The rubberized logo at the tongue has a neat finish that acknowledges the Huarache of the early ’90s. The wide heel of the Free Metcon 4 brings a comfortable feeling and builds a stable and firm base for lifting.
Nike Free Metcon 4 Review – In Summary
That’s our review of the Nike Free Metcon 4 from Nike.
Aside from its versatility and durability, the Nike Free Metcon 4 also presents the most comfortable and clean-looking training shoe out there. It goes a step further with its new design while maintaining its status as a training shoe – comfortable and stable for different functional movements.
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