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MBT Meli Shoes article146
« on: June 18, 2014, 10:29:29 AM »
Nike Goes Barefoot Running Nike is without question the runners behemoth, and it MBT Meli Shoesbeen since the 1970s when Phil Knight set up while using running coaches at the University of Oregon and Stanford and began peddling more structurally padded shoes. The effect was the launch of the new industry Cheap Nike KD VIfitness craze, as jogging entered the lexicon, and Nike shoes took over as the apparel of preference. In recent years, elite running has steered out of the mainstream companies, and pure runners have gravitated toward shoes with less obvious structure along with a style that mimics the foot in their form. With it came an upswing with the barefoot running craze, greatly influenced by Chris McDougal's excellent sociological work Born to Run, which gave rise to barefoot-running "shoes" like the Vibram Five Fingers. Now, Nike is playing get up to date. The release with the new Nike Free Hyperfeel Flyknit is obviously a hype-worthy story, because it is a really paired down runners crafted from just one little bit of fabric. The story has become profiled by both Wired Magazine and also the Daily Beast, and each comments for the attempt by Nike to remain relevant in the world which might be moving away from Nike's MO of padding and supporting the foot whenever possible. Kyle Vanhemert takes particular notice of Nike's efforts commenting on what Nike Jumps into Barefoot Running. Vanhemert sees this shoe as the brand new direction of Nike, and likely which might be @uc@i6q0uxihop@uc@