Nike’s Free Run family continues to expand as the brand evolves the barefoot technology they pioneered twenty years ago. However, this year they are celebrating a fan-favorite milestone with the Free Run 2, coming soon in Medium Olive.

Nike’s Free Run technology has been continually changing over the last two decades, refining and reengineering the barefoot-sensation footwear every few years for a more accurate and durable ride. However, since its introduction in 2014, the Nike Free Run 2 has remained one of the most beloved entries in the years-long franchise, thanks to its incredible comfort and timeless style. Thankfully, Nike revived the Free Run 2 earlier this year, delivering the fan-favorite model in essential black and white colorways. Now, it appears the Free Run 2 is here to stay for a while, as evidenced by the new “Medium Olive” colorway that surfaced online earlier this week. This version pits the Free Run 2’s upper almost entirely in an olive green tone, save for black lacing and Nike branding.


Nike’s next colorway to release of the retro Free Run 2, in Medium Olive, has not yet been announced for release, though they are expected to be available sometime in the coming weeks. The smooth green colorway will be available from both Nike and select retailers, with the usual price tag of $110. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.

Nike Free Run 2 “Medium Olive”
Release Date: 2021
Price: $110
Color: Sequoia/Black-Medium Olive-Sail
Style Code: 537732-305

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