The Nike ID process takes quite a while, and is a bit pricey, but worth it.
The black is for the simplicity of this process, the electric green is for the power we get from the use of the earth in this process, the red is for the burning desire to improve and the embracing of discomfort.
The Free 3.0 sole is far more barefoot than any free I've used, but this shoe is NOT exactly a "barefoot" shoe.
More characters and different spots to ID would be great...
I also got the "element shield" upper, so these will be versatile in various elements. I also did it in hopes that these would continue to look good over a few runs and work days.
I've got low arches and flat, wide feet. These are a 12.5 wide and fit great, but the inner arch support is poor, so I find myself continuing to slide my feet to the outsides of my shoes so that they don't rotate inward. Something I've always dealt with when buying new running shoes
Overall, more shoes in widths would be a way to get me to use this service more. A good-looking shoe that's exactly the colors you chose isn't enough when you plan to actually use the shoe. I do wonder if this could be an adequate race shoe. What do you think?