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|Material:||Synthetic||Shoe Height:||Mid Top|
|Sub Style:||Road Running, Trail Running||Width:||Medium (B, M)|
|US Shoe Size (Women's):||7||Heel Style:||Wedge|
|Modified Item:||No||EUR Shoe Size (Women's):||EUR 37.5|
|Heel Height:||Low (3/4 in. to 1 1/2 in.)||UK Shoe Size (Women's):||UK 4|
|The Nike Free Women's 5.0+ running shoe is a great choice for your daily jogs. The extra midsole cushioning and low-profile fit provides plenty of shock-absorbing support while its lightness allows you to run as if you were barefoot. The overall shoe design ensures that your feet are free to bend and flex naturally. These size 7 running shoes provide comfortable protection. Along with running, the Nike shoes are also great for playing tennis, basketball or any other athletic activity. The deep tread sole provides plenty of traction for stopping and turning.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||1303989254|
|Product Key Features|
|Shoe Height||Mid Top|
|EUR Shoe Size (Women's)||EUR 37.5|
|UK Shoe Size (Women's)||UK 4|
|Sub Style||Road Running, Trail Running|
|US Shoe Size (Women's)||7|
|Heel Height||Low (3/4 in. to 1 1/2 in.)|
|Width||Medium (B, M)|
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