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Style # 50433
Nike Women's FLEX TRAINER 2 Shoe

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Nike Women's FLEX TRAINER 2

$64.99   price may vary based on color
Stay focused on your workouts in the Nike Flex Trainer 2 athletic shoes.

  • Mesh and synthetic upper in an athletic cross training style
  • Lace up front with padded tongue and collar
  • Overlay detail for enhanced support
  • Inner sleeve design for better fit
  • Textile lining with cushioned midsole
  • Injected midsole with partial wrap-ups for optimal traction
  • Traction pattern outsole for better mobility
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  • I: "I like the color and read the reviews"
  • Rose: "Hoping it is as comfortable as my first pick. I'm in healthcare and I see this sneaker on alot of patients and they tell me it's a real comfortable sneaker."
  • Shantreal: "I chose these shoes because of the magenta. The magenta gives the shoes that feminine touch!"
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  • Monique: "attractive style, not bulky or too round. Very feminine..."
  • cathy: "for a work shoe...very comfortable"
  • Sheila: "Comfortable light shoe, this is my 2nd pair. And I love that they are purple...description says magenta, but I say purple. :)"
  • Melody N: "My old shoes no loner have support so it's time for new ones. Plus these seem cute and functional."
  • Amanda: "Minimal color, but still nice!"

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