Two years ago, Nike introduced the Trainer 1, an innovative cross-training kick designed to support the foot during multi-directional movements. Originally created to fit a male's foot, the shoe has been revamped to address female-specific needs. The result: the Air Max Trainer One. Check out these heel-to-toe features:
Strategically-placed rubber pods on the outsole offer durability and traction on outdoor and indoor surfaces. The outsole includes Nike's DiamondFLX technology, which helps strengthen the foot by mimicking its natural motion.
The Air Max Unit cushions the heel and offers impact protection against repetitive downward force and pounding. Flex grooves on the bottom of the forefoot allow the foot to move in a natural motion. The forefoot also features mesh insets for better breathability, especially in high-heat areas.
No-sew construction in the midfoot gives the shoe a streamlined look while reducing irritation. The midfoot also features an external hook-and-loop strap for a customized lockdown fit.
Retailing for $85, the Air Max Trainer One is available online.
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